Colors and shapes are inspired by Bauhaus - the German movement in design and architecture in the 1920's and 30's Berlin. The Bauhaus idea was creating an environment for ordinary people by reconciling art and modern industry. The architectural language stimulates the child's imagination and challenges "the little engineering brain"... or the bigger ones.
The silhouettes can be put together freely, the combinations up to the imagination of the creator. They can become mazes, fortresses or perhaps a horse stable.
They are beautiful in the windowsill or as toys in the children's room. The box also works as a puzzle.