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Architect Isay Weinfeld Designed This Jenga Style Building

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: • References: isayweinfeld & dezeen
This incredible building was designed by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld. This Jenga-inspired structure is called the '360 Building'. Anyone who's familiar with Jenga knows that it's played by stacking blocks on top of one another, and then removing them one by one until the tower falls. This remarkable building is designed to look the same way. The floors of the building are stacked like Jenga pieces, and while this design is sturdy, it does look as though it's about one turn away from total destruction.

This striking design is twenty stories high. Weinfeld designed each apartment with a large terrace in place of a balcony. His goal was to provide people with lots of living space, and his unique Jenga design accomplished that.

This charming architectural work can be found in Sao Paulo. Board games are designed to be fun, so creating a building that's board game inspired is definitely fun by association. Stats for Jenga-Inspired Architecture Trending: This Year & Buzzing
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