Felix Grauer, a creative currently getting a masters in architecture at the Cologne Institute for Architectural Design (CIAD), has designed a LEGO key holder that anyone can recreate. A fun do-it-yourself project, it is much more functional than some would initially believe it to be. In place of classic hooks, Felix Grauer has attached the keys to special LEGO pieces that snap on and off of the larger LEGO plate mounted on the wall.
Although Felix Grauer's version is already quite basic, a person can theoretically make an even simpler version. The adorable use of 'keys!' can be done away with, which may be helpful to those who have limited amount of LEGO pieces to work with. Either way, Felix Grauer's creation is playful and clever.
Felix Grauer Creates a Playful Project for the Home
1. DIY LEGO Key Holders - Opportunity for companies to create customizable or modular key holders using LEGOs for a fun and practical aesthetic.
2. Creative Repurposing of Everyday Items - Tapping into the creativity of consumers by providing unique and quirky repurposing ideas using existing products.
3. User-generated Home Decor - Encouraging users to create their own decor pieces using everyday items, LEGO's or other materials.
1. Home Decor - Opportunity for home decor companies to offer DIY or customizable home products using LEGOs or other everyday repurposed items matching the user's aesthetic.
2. Toy Manufacturing - Incorporating repurposed or green materials into products, and innovative designs that focus on creative modularity.
3. Retail - Retailers can create in-store experiences or workshops to teach customers how to repurpose everyday items to create unique home decor.