This giant owl playhouse was designed by Nicollo Abe from Ontario, Canada and was a winner of Bob Borson’s the Life of an Architect Competition. Built by Perk Homes.
Filled with musical instruments and activities, the Playhouse Rock was a winner of Bob Borson’s the Life of an Architect Competition. The playhouse was designed by Amrita Raja and Katharine Storr in London and was built by af architecture & fabrication, inc.
Designed by Riaan Kotze from Massachusetts to look like an animal rescue vehicle, the Paw Rescue playhouse was one of the winning designs on Bob Borson’s the Life of an Architect Competition. Built by Holder Construction Company.
Designed and built by HARMAN, this sculptural play space is filled with games.
The CUCKOOhaus has a wall of gears inside and was designed and built by Beck Architecture, LLC.
Designed by Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, the Cuadrado is a colorful, open playhouse.
This tiny blue and white house was provided by Crest Cadillac / Crest Infiniti.
The houses, donated by local builders, organizations and corporations, are all available to win by raffle.
From a tiny English cottage to a life-size Cuckoo clock, these compact structures are sure to inspire the dreams of any child — or inner-child — and will help to support thousands of Dallas children in need.
This is the 22nd year of Dallas CASA’s signature event, which raises awareness and funds for the organization’s effort to advocate for abused and neglected children navigating the child welfare system. With the help of CASA’s 1,093 dedicated volunteers, 2,768 Dallas County children found safe, permanent homes in 2016.
While three out of every five children in protective care have a Dallas CASA advocate by their side, the organization is focused on growing to serve every child in need. To learn more about becoming a volunteer or supporting Dallas CASA, visit dallascasa.org.
Dallas CASA’s annual Parade of Playhouses will be on display at NorthPark Center until Sunday, July 23, when they will be given away to lucky winners during a raffle drawing.
Raffle tickets are $5 each or five for $20 and may be purchased at event ticket tables at NorthPark Center or online.