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  • Lego tape!

  • Nimuno found the perfect match with its Nimuno Loops, a Lego tape that allows to start building almost anywhere. The tapes are available in a number of colours that will gradually rise, measuring 100 cm each. Recently launched on Indiegogo, and with still 23 days to go, the Loops have pledged more than one million do[...]
  • Miniature Calendar

  • For the past six years, Tatsuya Tanaka has been patiently creating miniature worlds for his online Miniature Calendar, diligently including his January days. Each image is a real setting made with everyday design objects that are inhabited by tiny humans. "Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once", he [...]
  • Candylab toys: when design meets classic cars

  • For young and old kids and all vintage lovers, Candylab creates wooden toys that revive the glamorous '60s American modernist vibe. "As artists, designers and parents we draw on many influences, not least of which are our deep love of classic American Cars and the craftsmanship spirit of mid-century artisan furnitu[...]
  • Small Stories: how architects dream their dollhouses

  • Small stories, big dreams. Careless of the age or gender, a dollhouse is a real temptation for creative fellows. Next to a stunning selection of 12 historical dollhouses from the V&A collection, the National Building Museum in Washington DC makes a contemporary update showcasing the interpretations do[...]
  • My little pupitre

  • Child desk office style design by Jungle by Jungle studio, with soft and rounded contemporary lines. It perfectly combines design and functionality: it also has a large box with hinged tray to store and all its groove for pencils.
  • Funny faces

  • Homemade wooden game for children and adults, designed by the artist Todd Borka. It consists of three wooden heads cut into several parts, made with three different wood species. The number of combinations is infinite!
  • PARAPANORAMA project

  • PARAPANORAMA project was a collective installation realized by about twenty artists and designers with the metallic connectors "Ensembles" developed by Jérôme Dumetz, the 2013 laureate of the Audit Talents Awards Design. This is the work of Constance Guisset.  
  • Playground by Warren Techentin Architecture

  • This structure by Warren Techentin Architecture explores the use of small diameter elements in the making of architecture. The nomadic, Mongolian yurt (which served as the inspiration for this project) is a structure comprised of a multiplicity of small wooden rods, which when joined together create a sturdy form. Each[...]