Building blocks are often kids’ first introduction to architecture. But in the real world, triangles are the strongest and simplest shapes. That’s why Tokyo architecture firm Kengo Kuma and Associates designed Tsumiki, a set of non-traditional building “blocks” that can create more intricate forms.
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