From Jenga Retail Spaces to Stacked Box Architecture

By: Brian G Randles - Published:   Updated: Aug 3 2011
The Pyramids, the Washington Monument and Jenga are all examples of how the ability to create stackable things separates man from beast. Well, stacking, and the whole opposable thumb thing. 

Anyway, stacked objects save space and look cool. Therefore we have decided to compile the top 50 stacking innovations which tower above the rest. From stacked Jenga retail spaces to stacked box architecture, check out all of the stackable selections below.

Implications - This pattern of stacked architecture is one that is both a space-saver and aesthetically pleasing. Transformable products are appealing both in design and practicality. Businesses that are looking to market products can look to cater to the needs of the individual and create a stacked product. Stats for 50 Stackable Selections Trending: Older & Warm
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