LOL… Thank you!
It. Is. Fantastic!! 390 pieces and 21 boards? Holy cow! This is one of the most spectacular pieces I’ve seen on the forum.
What a lucky person your intended recipient is! Truly a unique show piece. You are going to have to come up with some pretty sweet swag to be worthy of putting in those boxes.
LOL. Stop. You’ve been right there the whole way!
LOL…funny part is the recipient isn’t even 1 yet. But I wanted to make it so she gets it!
Amazing design! I can’t wait to purchase this file when available. My mom would love this!!
Outstanding! Just so cool, I love it!
Thank you! I should have it ready to go in about a week. I am trying to finish up the instructions.
I think your bungalow would have to be pretty extreme to match that, particularly as the original concept that was a “shotgun” house in India when the British were running the place.
I made this simple one based on a variation of the India ones
That is really cool. I am looking more toward the designs of the 20’s-30’s. Something more on the line of this.
Yup , They wandered rather far afield from the original designs. I think the originals had a high wall down the center to support the roof so the house was divided into front rooms and back rooms. Many I saw in Tucson did that and thus saved a lot on structural supports, and were not two story. The one I built was to be used in the grids and perspectives are very weird there so I left out the center wall.
In the area I grew up in, there were tons of these bungalows. I always loved the way they looked. Going to be interesting to keep the look and have it open…I will figure it out. LOL
Wow! That is brilliant! Thanks for sharing!!!
I think your best bet is gonna be
and I say that as someone who played with a lot of doll houses, not as an architect
I was thinking the same thing.
If I could I’d /heart/ this a couple times.