Into a world where surrealism dominants not only juvenile realities but those of grownups comes a fresh new vehicle of pretend play in a form of the Emerson House by Brinca Dada. Designed for the modern family (real and imaginary), the Emerson House could be easily mistaken for an actual architectural ad hoc model, aptly scaled to 1:18 size. But this Dollhouse is unlike anything that’s been designed before (with much admiration to one of the first modern dollhouses that was featured in the 1940 FAO Schwarz Christmas Catalogue). Emerson House is enriched with modern-day amenities such as sliding doors, floor-to-ceiling windows, open-floor plan and fireplaces, while adhering to modern-day (eco-friendly) design trends like solar panels, LED lights and non-toxic and lead-free wood stains and paints. As far as its practical utilities, Emerson House was designed to be played with by youngsters and admired by adults – in fact, this modern dollhouse can be and is used as a unique decorative element and an extension of existing accessories. A rare reality for parents with little kids – a toy that should not be put away after the kids are done playing and a vehicle that encourages and promotes environmental consciousness and green play, for both children and adults!