So it's an idea I've had for a little while, after seeing all the dollhouse type things there are for the smaller dolls, and today I decided I'd try and google search it to see if anyone else had had the idea. I didn't come up with any good results, and in light of that, I decided I would come to DoA and ask all of you wonderful people what you thought of the idea. In the near future, my family is going to hopefully try and get a house with a little bit of land. Not too much, probably, just an acre or something. Enough that our big dogs will have plenty of room to run to their hearts' content. With the lack of adequate places to photograph dolls in a doll-scale environment there are in the world, I decided that if we had enough room, I was going to make my boy Dorjan's small, one-room, medieval cabin so that I could photograph him properly. At the same time, it's also given me ideas for a huge, 1/3rd scale doll house with multiple rooms, realistic fixtures and furniture, and correctly-scaled architectural elements. As an artist, it doesn't seem like that hard of an endeavor, just a lot of time, labor, and materials that I would gladly give up. It would definitely take up a lot of space, which is why I could only do so if I had a bit of land to construct it on. But I'm rather smitten with the idea, and thought it would be absolutely fascinating and amazing to see and play on. Of course, the problem with doing something too grandiose would be how to get into the doll house to photograph things to begin with. It would no-doubt require a ladder if it went too much higher then 2 stories. if you scaled a house down to 1/3rd like the SDs are, it would make a 10-foot ceiling only about 3 feet, 4 inches high. A second story ceiling would thus be 6ft, 8in high, and a 3rd story would be 10 feet. So undertaking a project like this would be something that you couldn't just set up and shoot on a whim. Moving it around could be handled fairly easily, if you were to construct it in a way that the rooms were dismantleable, where each room in and of itself was a separate "box," and perhaps you could even make it so that the walls were dismantleable themselves. That way, you could conceivably store it in a fairly small space if you wanted, without taking the furniture required into consideration. That being said, is there anyone else that has thought of doing this, or already attempted such a feat? I know I've seen images from Asia where someone created a doll-scale winding grand staircase for photoshoots, and I was enthralled. Still, I haven't seen anything other then the staircase, and I believe that it was only a standalone piece. Has anyone else seen any similar doll-scale architecture? What sort of things would you create for your dollhouse, and how would you go about doing it if you did?