Blockitecture Habitat

James Paulius for Areaware - 2014

Build the world you want to see with Blockitecture®, a set of architectural building blocks. Cantilever and nest hexagonal blocks to create towers, cities and dwellings. Multiple sets can be combined to create large cityscape environments. Habitat is the first in the Blockitecture® series, designed by James Paulius for Metaproject, an industry projects class produced by the Rochester Institute of Technology in partnership with Areaware. The forms were inspired by Habitat 67, a housing complex and pavilion designed by Moshe Safdie for the 1967 World’s Fair in Montreal, Canada.

$44

Materials:

Painted New Zealand pine. Recommended for ages 6 and up.

Dimensions:

7.3" x 7.2" x 2”