This the view of the top of the 1950 Hexagon Dollhouse by the Eagle Toy Company of Montreal, Canada.
This is the side view. The house has 6 sides and a central court. The top and floor are made of fiberboard, the walls are steel.
Each room is different. This view is of the solarium or patio.
This is the view from the bottom. Notice the skylights. There are 4 plastic encased wheels. One can turn the house to reveal a new room. I called it "the spinning dollhouse", but really it does not move very fast.
It was made in the 1950's and is covered in Jennifer McKendry's History of dollhouses. http://www.mckendry.net/DOLLHOUSES/1950s.htm
She points out that it is more influenced by Mies van der Rohe, than the organic style of Frank Lloyd Wright, though it has a central hearth that was an important idea of Wright's work.
Her example has a plastic cover over the hole made from a salad container. Mine is missing. My friend Rebecca has one too and SHE has the real top! Truly she is a Doyenne of Dollhouses!
I have seen another version with less graphics and black and white checkerboard floors. I think it is a later model.
This is an introduction to February's house. It is inhabited by Grecon dolls. More to follow, Happy Valentines Day! CM