Drawing from childhood experiences has lead to many great innovations like the Prostho Museum Research Center. Its structure was built along the system of Cidori, a historic Japanese toy. The entire building is made of wooden pieces just as the toy was built with wooden sticks.
The interesting thing about Cidori is that its wooden sticks could be twisted and bent to create various structures. The Prostho Museum Research Center is a square-shaped building that is made up of layers and layers of wooden grids. The building is completely sturdy and goes to show that building smaller parts of a whole and then putting them all together can be used as a proficient method in building infrastructure.
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