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Marcel Breuer's design for the MOMA Exhibition House (1949) included this furnished play room.
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MOMA Exhibition House floor plan drawing sheet.
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MOMA Exhibition House elevation drawing sheet.
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MOMA Exhibition House section drawing sheet.
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MOMA Exhibition House interior elevations drawing sheet.
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Homemade playhouses such as this one seen in 1963 continue to be built by U.S. parents.
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This playhouse takes is a knockoff, in minature, of the nine-story Mikimoto Ginza2 tower, in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Toyo Ito.
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The United States supports a number independent manufacturers of stylish playhouses such as this one, modeled after a contemporary home design.
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Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's thoughtfully proportioned Farnsworth House seems to have been the inspiration for this knockoff playhouse.
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