Tsumiki Stacking Blocks

Create gigantic pyramids, birds of paradise, and unique sculptures with these wooden stacking blocks designed by celebrated architect and Tokyo Olympics Stadium designer Kengo Kuma. Made of lightweight cedar wood, these triangular blocks can be stacked and arranged on top of each other in a a light, transparent construction that mirrors contemporary Japanese architecture.  

The  Kuma Tsumiki Building Blocks were created in collaboration with More Trees, a forest conservation organization led by musician Ryuichi Sakamoto that makes toys out of thinned wood. Tree thinning is an eco-friendly forestation technique where weak, ageing trees are cleared from overcrowded forests so that the forest as a whole can continue to thrive. The wood is Japanese cedar wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. 

Sold in sets of 7,13, or 22

 Japanese Cedar wood Miyazaki Morotsuka FSC certified timber
Tokyo, Japan

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