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16-Piece Large-Scale Habitadule Construction Pieces





Kids will be inspired to create amazing architectural designs with these large-scale construction pieces called Habitadule (meaning "livable spaces" in French). Each piece is printed with an exclusive design on both sides for twice the entertainment. They will love coming up with new structures to build with friends, family or on their own, whether it's a performance set, playhouse, decorative screen - wherever their imagination takes them. The possibilities that come from their thoughts can create endless designs and constructions. They'll also enjoy its unique cut outs that can create light effects: shadows, starry night scenes or observation posts. Stores in a cardboard suitcase, easy for putting away and carrying to grandma's, friends' or any play date. Pieces are made from Forest Stewardship Council-certified (FSC) cardboard that is lightweight and extremely durable with its two outer layers and unique honeycomb interior allowing it to hold up under pressure. Sorry, gift wrap not available.

For ages 4 to 7.

• Create amazing architectural designs
• Printed designes on both sides
• The building possibiities are endless!
• Stores in a cardboard suitcase
• For ages 4 to 7

Available Colors

Panels 25"L x 19"W x 5"H

Story About The Designer: Marie Compagnon is a French plastic designer, who lives in Sonchamp, France. After studying architecture and design at the Camondo School, she now develops her own designs focused partly in installations, micro-architectures, scenography, and the other in "place-objects" and items that build space. She has earned several awards.


disappointed in quality

Reviewed on: 1/13/2013 12:00:00 AM

Very disapponted in quality of this product. Made of cardboard that will not last very long with our 2 boys. Expected more for the price. Planning to return it.


Looks Better Than It Is

Reviewed on: 4/16/2012 12:00:00 AM

First of all, for such an expensive and aesthetically pleasing toy, I my hopes were high. This product is made of cardboard - NOT corrugated plastic (which would have made it a little more durable). It is extremely difficult to get the grooves to match up. It was a challenge for me to construct, never mind the time the children had with it. The flimsy materials plus the complicated construction make it a terrible toy for children!


Great club house

Reviewed on: 9/2/2010 12:00:00 AM

My family loves this product. We had a great time building & sitting in our creation.


My daughter loves this toy

Reviewed on: 8/27/2010 12:00:00 AM

I purchased this product since my 3 year old loves building forts and I was tired of having the sofa cushions dragged all through the house. She loves it!! She loves building forts and "castles" and it's become her little hideaway nook for napping or coloring. She also does lots of imaginative play with different toys "living in the castle." I've also found that my dog likes to snuggle in there as well. There are lots of configurations you could try, but my daughter is into building her forts. Just 2 things to keep in mind - if your child likes to keep her creations up, you'll need to dedicate some space for this toy. Also, some of the edges are bending. This might be an issue if your child tends to be hard on their things. Overall, this is an excellent product and we will most likely purchase a second set for her.


Nice design and good idea, but flimsy

Reviewed on: 5/21/2010 12:00:00 AM

I got this for my 4-year old for the holidays. She loves it but it is already pretty much used up (May). It is made of cardboard and bends when little hands, or big ones for that matter, are trying to put it together. In addition, it is set up for building fun play structures, but they don't survive like a play structure needs to because the cardboard is flimsy. My daughter is really gentle with her toys, and I think this is the first one we won't pass on because it won't be worth anything. Not worth the price. Bummer.