10.21.2015

Everblock and the Designer Inside

Who hasn’t built things with toy bricks as a kid? Everblock has created their giant version to furnish real adult houses

Here’s the challenge: let the designer inside you take control, creating your apartment’s furniture from scratch, bulding walls, or changing the way everything looks.
 
 
Everblock is an unusual project born in New York City and dedicated to everyone who misses those long afternoons playing with Lego bricks.
 
Their modular building system of oversized plastic blocks (which totally look like Lego bricks, by the way) facilitates the construction of all types of objects – from a wall to a desk top - allowing you to build nearly anything by stacking and organizing the universal blocks in nearly any shape, pattern, or size.   
 
Besides, anything you've constructed can be taken apart and re-assembled again, and the pieces can be re-used to build other objects.
 
The idea behind Everblock is basically that of satisfying our playfulness and desire for experimentation by giving us the chance to change our minds, try and fail until we are completely happy with the result.

Author : The Slowear Journal

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