Now this really is impressive. A midcentury property that looks like something out of a mid-20th century interiors magazine. It's actually a 1970s Hassell & Partners-designed midcentury house in Adelaide, South Australia.
It sits in an acre of land, just behind a church and is handily placed for the city centre. But despite all that, it's the actual 1960s midcentury-style house in Sheffield, South Yorkshire that is the selling point here.
We've unearthed some interesting modernist doll's houses in the past, such as this model inspired by Mies van der Rohe and this one by Baines&Fricker. The MiiBox has a slight difference, however - it's actually a to-scale version of Arne Jacobsen's own villa.