Video games seem to have become the most popular way to bring families collective entertainment, but younger children don't require this type of stimulation for amusement. The Block.210 coffee table is a more wholesome inclusion within the heart of the home that presents kids with tactile toys and encourages adults to join in.
Jessica Arosenius's piece of MDF and solid birch furniture was intended for placement in the family room, so to assume the role of its more common counterparts. With their children constantly rearranging and stacking the painted wooden blocks on the surface, moms and dads are, at the very least, forced to interact with the table in order to maintain it for practical use. Of course, ideally the Block.210 will inspire constant play between family members of all ages.
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