Emily Boutard is a 28-year-old lawyer and architecture student from Melbourne. In her spare time, she enjoys makes tiny art objects also known as miniature diorama. More specifically, she makes tiny houses and tiny furniture, for little kids to play with. Each piece requires tiring hours of work. Something as small as a washstand can take around eight hours.
“Furniture is difficult because you must build it from many constituent parts, all of which must be designed so they fit together properly and are at the right scale.