On an international search for a new home, America’s most well known doll—Barbie—has attracted designers Lulu deKwiatkowski, Trina Turk and Celerie Kemble for inspiration on a newly designed home.
Each of the designers has created a rendering of a newly-imagined home for Barbie and in August the location of the new Dreamhouse will be revealed.
Here’s a look at the designs:
New York/Palm Beach-based interior designer Kemble has imagined Barbie as the ultimate career girl and chose to design Barbie’s pied-a-terre in Manhattan—moving the West Coast doll cross country. (Rendering by John Gibson).
West Coast fashion and home product designer Turk recognized that Barbie is a California girl at heart and envisioned a poolside cabana filled with bright colors and fabrics.
Los Angeles-based textile designer deKwiatkowski envisioned Barbie in India—the fantastical indoor/outdoor lifestyle in India would include vibrant printed fabrics with animal and floral motif wallcoverings.
Visit the Barbie Facebook page for additional information on the designs and to follow the latest news on her “move.”
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