The Dreamhouse is a comfortable, homey place, yet still full of the mysteries and daily challenges which fill most lives. The house has some interesting architectural features, and was at least partially inspired by the masterful work of Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as directly from the Japanese architectural traditions which inspired him, but crossed with a bit of Howl's Moving Castle. However, it is designed to be livable for an American family whose members are only slightly unusual. The house itself, however, is perhaps a bit more unusual than its inhabitants. After all, it *is* a house of dreams.
The Dreamhouse is under heavy construction, and will remain so until I find some sort of commercial support, as my current account is out of space. Currently, the framework of the house is roughed out, but the only active content is the Mother Goose Pages which are in the nursery bookcase on the second floor. Since this is a virtual house, you will notice that development is uneven and doesn't at all follow standard architectural guidelines! You are welcome to tour the construction site, which is primarily accessible right now via scaffold. Have fun!
Asterisked items are currently under construction so there is not much (if any) content there at the moment. If the name is clickable, there may be a little, so feel to browse anyway.
Last modified September 11, 1995.
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