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‘Paper-bricks’ designed by nendo

February 17, 2014

Paper-bricks designed by Japanese design consultancy nendo aims to translate the concept of 3D-CAD into analog form.

Tokyo-based design consultancy, nendo, has designed a set of paper blocks for the readers of Japanese lifestyle magazine Pen.

Named ‘paper-bricks’, nendo’s modular design creates pseudo-3D shapes and objects. The intelligently designed components can stack together to create one large cube or form gravity defying towers-improssible to knock over.

This toy is a translation of  3D-CAD, where virtual three -dimensional forms are viewed on a two-dimensional screen surface.


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