Green Dollhouse Project

The Green Dollhouse Project was a collaborative effort of many organizations including our local players: Coyote Point Museum, Sustainable San Mateo County, Eco Design Resources and, of course, RecycleWorks! Full list of participants and contributors. It won the 2006 EPA Environmental Achievement Award and was part of the Governor's Environmental and Economic Leadership Award that RecycleWorks was given. The exhibit toured to Sacramento and New York before closing at the Coyote Point Museum in 2006. Two of the dollhouses and the Build Your Own Green Dollhouse Play Area are installed permanently at the Coyote Point Museum.

Green Dollhouse Bool

The full story of the project can be found in the book, Green Dollhouse, available through Ecotone Publishing. The book also features photos of the dollhouses by Emily Hagopian, architects' design statements, a section on how to build your own green dollhouse by Peter Whiteley, Senior Writer for Sunset Magazine and a section on building dollhouse furniture by Katrina Jones, curator for the museum exhibit.

Miriam and Treefort

Curtis and Animal House

View photos of the individual dollhouses.

Kids playing with Tower

Kids playing with Tower