Zaha, Rogers and Adjaye to design accessible dolls’ houses for children’s charity
Disability-aware dolls’ houses for the 21st century, designed by a gaggle of big-name architects, including Zaha Hadid, Richard Rogers and David Adjaye, are to be auctioned for charity this autumn.
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