Brand Miller Goodman
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Awarded Gold at the 2010 U.S Parents Choice awards
Find of the month, Elle Decoration Jan 2010
Playshapes is a unique and fun modular set of 74 geometric wooden shapes which can be endlessly arranged or stacked to produce hundreds of 3D creations, such as animals, people, faces, vehicles, buildings and much more. Beautifully crafted from environmentally friendly, durable rubberwood, the smooth shapes can also be used as drawing templates.
The intrinsic simplicity of this product and clarity of design freely allows children and adults alike to fully engage in the wonderment and joy of the creative process.The set of shapes come in a box along with a printed, unbleached cotton drawstring bag and a sheet of illustrations.
WARNING: Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Box Dimensions: 25 cm x 21 cm x 16 cm
Weight: 3.1 Kg
Designed by | Zoe MILLER and David GOODMANZoe Miller and David Goodman founded MILLERGOODMAN based in Brighton on the south coast of England in 2008. After producing a series of children's books for the Tate Gallery in London, they went on to produce their own award winning wooden toys.
"At MILLERGOODMAN we strive to create innovative toys which encourage open ended play. Modern design classics, for the young and young at heart. We are driven by the art of play and encouraging imagination. With every toy we make, we thoughtfully try to combine our own desire for originality in design, with the creative, and often abstract, world of the child. We endeavor to do this by producing simple shapes, undefined forms and patterns that encourage and engage children to play again and again. No need for instructions we believe in ‘less is more’ and ease of use when defining our designs. Our toys provide limitless fun. We are deeply inspired by the links between modern art and objects for children And have an innate admiration for what children can teach us. "