Spaces by Material Immaterial Studio
Architects and designers have long favoured concrete as a construction material, partly due to its versatility and cool industrial aesthetic. Now you too can build your own concrete universe with Spaces, a set of 9 miniature concrete building cubes designed by Mumbai-based Material Immaterial Studio. The cubes each have different features such as staircases, voids and windows and can be put together around a central "kund", or traditional stepped pool, to form your own miniature concrete community. Great gift idea for architects and concrete aficionados alike.
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