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Torafu Architects | Dowel-blocks

Objects Torafu Architects | Dowel-blocks

Torafu Architects | Dowel-blocks“Dowel blocks joined by doweling to create multiple shapes”

Fun polyester decorative plywood blocks can be joined with doweling to form various shapes – the only limit is your imagination. Holes on five sides allows the blocks to be connected three-dimensionally in an infinite number of ways.

Torafu Architects | Dowel-blocks

© Akihiro Ito

Torafu Architects | Dowel-blocks

© Akihiro Ito

Torafu Architects | Dowel-blocks

© Akihiro Ito

Architect: Torafu Architects
Principle use: PRODUCT
Production: Ichiro
Material: polyester plywood(base material: lauan plywood)
Size: W240×D240×H36mm
Design period: 2012.08-10
Production period: 2012.08-10
Photo: Akihiro Ito
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