Photo via Heather Benning
Behold some mindblowing artistry from Heather Benning, a Canadian artist who turned an abandoned farmhouse in Saskatchewan into a life-size dollhouse. Benning came across the derelict property in 2005, re-shingled the roof, replastered and boarded the rooms, and replaced one exterior wall with Plexiglas. Let's face it, life-size rooms have to be more enjoyable to decorate than impossibly small Lego ones; actual furniture must to be easier to maneuever than Lilliputian Lip Sofas. Have a look at Benning's completed interiors below and check out her construction photos on the official project page.
· Dollhouse [Heather Benning via Boing Boing]
· All Dollhouses coverage [Curbed National]
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