Tsumiki – Japan’s Version Of Minimalist Legos

Lets face it… As a kid, Legos were one the coolest gifts we could get.¬† We would spend countless hours building forts and spaceships in our imaginary world, but as an adult our lego playing days are cut short. Tsumiki blocks bring back the¬†child-like imaginations within our adult selves without having to look like were playing with toys.

Tokyo architectural firm Kengo Kuma and Associates, has collaborated with a forest conservation organization called, More Trees. Each Tsumiki piece is made of Japanese cedar and made into an inverted “V” shape with triangular notches in the legs that allow the blocks to wedge together, making them as versatile like lego bricks.

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