I've just come across this brilliantly bizarre blog, Call of the Small, to - how great is this? - modernist dolls' houses.
Ferrara's husband bought her the house as a present, secondhand (it was made in 1966) and, like a real house, she lovingly restored it - repairing the staircase, gluing the wallpaper back on...
I can hardly tear myself away from the photos, which are so perfect they look like a normal-sized house, shot tilt-shift style (that freaky camera setting that makes everything look tiny). It's strangely addictive. Check it all out for yourself on Call of the Small's Flickr page.
You can also read an interview with its inventor in this New York Times feature.