The Kaleidoscope House was conceived and designed by Laurie Simmons and architect Peter Wheelwright and produced by Bozart Toys as an “interactive creative play environment” (i.e.: a dollhouse) for 6 year olds and above. It sold at the MoMA Design Shop in 2001. The 1:12 scale modernist house has mid-century roof lines and an array of modern furniture, art, and accessories by renowned artists/designers Dakota Jackson, Karim Rashid, Ron Arad, Cindy Sherman, and Laurie Simmons, to name a few. The house has a great room with a fireplace, open kitchen, two bedrooms, each with a ladder that leads to a loft, a bathroom, dining room, and living room. The dollhouse was featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Architecture, and House & Garden, and included in an exhibition at The London Design Museum.
This Kaleidoscope House has been played with and shows some signs of being in the sun. (See photos.) Includes original living room set, bedroom set, dining room set, Art Collection No. 1, and one original member of the Kaleidoscope Family set, all of which were sold separately.