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  • Aconà Biconbì
    16.00
    Originally conceived as a work of sculpture issued from Munari’s researches on the subject of multiples, Aconà Biconbì was manufactured as a “game” for the first time in 1961 by Danese. Aconà Biconbì is available in 4 different colours (red, blue, white and green). Its modules are made of circular disks with a hole in the middle, laterally folded so that they can be freely joined together. The result is a complex three-dimensional structure, that changes into unlimited combinations depending on the number of the modules and their disposition. Source of inspiration for many designers and artists worldwide, Aconà Biconbì has often been reinvented and “moulded” in several ways and with different materials. Box dimensions: 23 x 23 x 0,5 cm
  • Art Block
    44.00
    Play with colored wooden solids! Art Block is the best way to start with the basic shapes and primary colors and develop our creative and compositions skills.
  • Eight Sequences to Put in Order
    43.00
    Designed in 1976 by Bruno Munari and Giovanni Belgrano, the game contains 52 cards that form eight sequences of images to be logically ordered: the sequences are made up of 3 to 10 cards, in an increasing order of difficulty. A little bird coming out of a cage, a house under construction, a plant that grows leaves and blooms: each card, corresponding to a passage in succession, contains different pieces of information which serve as clues to be interpreted, from the colour of the apple that ripens to the position of the sun in the sky. Each image leads to the reconstruction of the sequence and its meaning, training the child’s ability to form logical bonds. Starting from the fundamental idea of the game − the search for the right card to carry the series forward − you can invent many ways of using the cards, even in groups. Box dimensions: 15,5 x 15,5 x 3,5 cm
  • El notas
    25.00
    Is it an inanimate object or is there something in it that gives it life? Could it be that he reminds us of the messenger boy, the newspaper vendor, the shoeshine or the apprentice of any number of jobs – one who depends on his arms and legs to carry out these menial jobs in order to scrape by? Where does our sympathy for an object come from? Where do our emotions spring from -weak and subtle as they may be – where if not from the emotions of life itself and the spirit that animates it?
  • Images of Reality
    43.00
    Designed by Bruno Munari and Giovanni Belgrano, Images of reality contains 40 cards with photographs which feature a number of subjects seen from various points of view and in several ways. A shoe, a hand, a fish or a lightbulb can look very different if we observe them from different perspectives, or if we see them as changing objects, where the name is only one of the many possible representations. Comparing realistic colour photography to black and white photography, the photographic negative and the last step of the written word (in six languages: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese), the game stimulates the learning of the differences between real objects and their representations. Box dimensions: 15,5 x 15,5 x 3,5 cm
  • Plus and Minus
    40.00
    In 1968 Munari published The circus in the mist, in which he created fascinating images by using his own way the "seethrough" effect. The bright colours of the circus are preceded and followed by the veiled dullness of Milan’s fog: in this vague environment the blurred outlines of the figures become clear by leafing through the book. Two years later, in 1970, Munari dealt again with the theme of transparency by conceiving with Giovanni Belgrano Plus and Minus. Not a book but a game, composed by several images on transparent backgrounds, which can be superimposed and mixed at one’s pleasure by adding or removing them. In these square cards the colour is perfectly balanced with the drawing, and together they tell stories. Stories which are bonded together by the imagination of the players, who can create countless combinations using the suggestions at their disposal, without predetermined rules. Box Dimensions: 15,5 x 15,5 x 3,5 cm
  • Scatola di Architettura
    65.00
    Originally produced in 1945, the MC 1 Architecture Box - New Edition contains a series of “bricks” of different shapes. Put together differently, you can make any number of buildings, from houses to churches, ancient castles to modern garages, hotels, skyscrapers, factories, towers, aqueducts, temples, stations, hangars, pile dwellings, houses with porticoes, balconies, terraces, and so on. The attached booklet contains over sixty examples which can be multiplied by the imagination of whoever is playing with them, just some of the infinite constructions that can be build. Box dimensions: 43 x 13 x 4 cm
  • Transformations
    42.00
    Designed by Bruno Munari and Giovanni Belgrano in 1975, Transformations is composed of 60 cards to be placed horizontally or vertically to create sequences of always new and unique images. Animals seen from near and far, leaves and roots of trees, flowers, acorns can be combined in many different ways, assembling and disassembling them. One card after another, you can take endless directions, for example climbing from an underground den to the sky in a journey full of surprises. Through the creation of visual stories in continuous transformation, the game develops both linguistic activity and the organization of space. Box dimensions: 15,5 x 15,5 x 4,5 cm
  • BlockHouse
    59.00
    BlockHaus release your architectural creativity. Whit colorful wooden blocks you can built your house, your mansion, palace or playhouse. But also your city or your tower block  that will touch the sky with infinite forms for endless delight. Inspired by the Bauhaus, this handcrafted set of 40 modular rubberwood blocks also contains a tangram. Non- toxic, kind to the environment and fun for all. Box dimensions: 23 x 26 x 3 cm
  • Mini FaceMaker
    28.50

    A pocket-sized version of Facemaker, Mini Facemaker is perfect for journeys by train and plane. It’s much lighter than the Facemaker toy. The smaller, more tactile blocks are enjoyed by older children or adults. There are literally hundreds of possible designs you can create, and we hope you experiment to find some of these, but you can also find some examples designs for your inspiration, including clever clowns and cute cowboys, white witches and wicked warriors!

    Mini Facemaker is a set of 25 colourful, hand printed, environmentally friendly hardwood blocks made of replenishable rubber wood.

    Box dimensions 13  x 13 x 3 cm

  • Mini ShapeMaker
    28.50

    This is a handy, travel-sized version of the best-selling ShapeMaker toy. The shapes are more compact and tactile, and it’s much lighter than its cousin, ShapeMaker  – we’ve found that older children (of all ages!) enjoy Mini ShapeMaker.

    ShapeMaker is a set of 25 colourful, hand printed, environmentally friendly hardwood blocks made of replenishable rubber wood. The blocks can be arranged to create a menagerie of surprising creatures and hundreds of imaginative, engaging images. We include design suggestions many pictures like birds, tigers and more abstract patterns –  but ShapeMaker will inspires you to create your own, it is an endless jigsaw puzzle without a solution – let your imagination run free!

    Box dimensions 12.5 x 12.5 x 2.5 cm

  • Joupii
    19.00
    Designed in 1970 by the renowned british toy designer Patrick Rylands and still today considered as a classic toy. Constructed by only six pieces of wood that are held together by a strong elastic cord, Joupii can change position and never stop surprising you. It can stand upright or take a funny and unusual position. By the body configuration Joupii can transmit states of mind or actions. Just move it! Dimensions: 7,5 x 14,5 x 2 cm    

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