Liya Mairson, a graduate of the Shenkar College of Engneering and Design, has created a children's play house that takes cues from pop up books, except this on is life size. As the pages are unfolded, so too do imaginary domestic spaces for children to play in. According to Mairson, the project was specifically targeted to small urban apartments which lack the space of a play room, and can be tucked behind a door when no tin use. The only thing we wish were different about this project is the name; it's called My Space.
Whether intentional or not, it reminds of Joe Colombo's Total Furnishing Unit, circa 1971-72, which is awesome. See for yourself, it's pictured below.