'Tat-Tris' by Gaen Koh Puts Some Childish Fun in Seating

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published: Aug 13, 2010 • References: behance.net & industrialdesignserved
'TAT-Tris' by Gaen Koh is a piece of a seating furniture that is made out of Tetris-like pieces. The seat can either stay together or can be taken apart for endless amounts of puzzle-inspired fun.

Created for children, the designer wanted to encourage quick and critical thinking in young minds by giving them a product they can use and play with every day. TAT-Tris by Gaen Koh builds up life skills while the furniture itself is being built. Stats for Puzzle Game Furniture Trending: Older & Chilly
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