Koichi Suzuno and Alicja Strzyzynska of Torafu Architects have designed a very original, functional and versatile piece of furniture: it’s a children’s seat that splits in half to reveal a doll house inside. The painted white beech plywood chair splits vertically and hinges open to reveal a small space on each side. The chair’s slanted arms become roof gables, while the divided hollow seat provides four ledges for placing tiny furniture. When split apart down the middle, the chair reveals the shape of a house with a red gable roof. Kids can play with their toys and stow them away with other small objects by shutting the chair closed once playtime is over. I’m sure that your kids will be happy and you’ll save a lot of space!