Fascinated by modular micro-architectures, Sarah Osseland created the Origanids, foldable play houses made in recycled materials, that can be bought on her website needahouse.fr

Sarah trained as an architect, something that reflects into her truelle inspiring website, full of ideas, tips and activities to introduce children to architecture. Her aim is to share values of curiosity, to help young people opening to the world, and to develop their sense of critic.
The Origanids houses are far from stereotypes, in the sense that they are not mini version of  classical houses with a roof and a chimney, but an invitation for children to create and develop a world more adapted to their own dreams. The materials and shapes are poetic and dreamlike, a good way to embark young souls into a beautiful journey of infinite possibilities.