Hungarian architects and founders of planbureau, Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos created LOGIFACES, a sort of upgraded Tangram that translated 3D technology into an analogical design game originating from geometry.
LOGIFACES sets contains different concrete triangular prisms with vertices of different heights, the players must combine the pieces creating geometrical shapes with a continuous surface.
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Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos have been using 3D modeling softwares in their everyday lives. One day, they realized, that the triangles, the main elements of simulating complex surfaces, can create quite interesting formations, and there’s an opportunity for a great challenge if each trianglebased element has a different tilt.
“We would like to see beautiful, one of a kind architectural concepts in stores more often, especially in the world of games, where it’s rare to see a toy that also reflects on contemporary design” says Dániel Lakos.
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The LOGIFACES sets come in Marble White, Basalt Grey and Charcoal Black and are forged at the VPI Hungarian Concrete Manufactory.
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