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SKU: 17958
$30.00

The unique shapes of these blocks were inspired by the forms of Habitat 67, a housing complex and pavilion designed for the 1967 World’s Fair in Montreal, Canada. Hexagonal shapes allow the pieces to be cantilevered and nested in unusual ways. Blockitecture originated as an industrial design project at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Set of 10 towers. Recommended for ages 6+.

With an emphasis on American design, Areaware works with a variety of designers to create objects that elevate everyday experiences beyond the ordinary.

  • Designer: James Paulius
  • Country of Design: United States
  • Materials: New Zealand pine
  • Measurements: 10 pieces, varied sizes

The unique shapes of these blocks were inspired by the forms of Habitat 67, a housing complex and pavilion designed for the 1967 World’s Fair in Montreal, Canada. Hexagonal shapes allow the pieces to be cantilevered and nested in unusual ways. Blockitecture originated as an industrial design project at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Set of 10 towers. Recommended for ages 6+.

With an emphasis on American design, Areaware works with a variety of designers to create objects that elevate everyday experiences beyond the ordinary.

  • Designer: James Paulius
  • Country of Design: United States
  • Materials: New Zealand pine
  • Measurements: 10 pieces, varied sizes
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