A Designed World: Villa Julia Cartoonish Cardboard Playhouse by Javier Mariscal

Posted on Jun 4, 2013

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Modernism, thankfully, isn’t just for adults anymore. Barcelona-based designer Javier Mariscal introduced Villa Julia back in 2009, a cartoonish cardboard playhouse, designed for Magis’ children’s collection, and the premise was simple: a…

http://www.mariscal.com/en/projects/villa-julia/

Javier Mariscal: http://www.mariscal.com/

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Villa Julia Cartoonish Cardboard Playhouse by Javier Mariscal
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