Houses by Antonio Serrano Bulnes, a product designer based in Madrid, Spain, shows that building blocks don't necessarily have to be completely abstract to ignite the imagination. Shaped like basic silhouettes of the classic home, this set of wooden toys can be used in an array of ways to feed creativity. Whether lining them up like a row of townhouses or piling them on top of each other to create a mosaic of geometric forms, the toy set looks like a lot of fun.
According to the designer, Houses by Antonio Serrano Bulnes is meant to represent "where our souls are kept." They were created for Mad Lab. Each set is made up of different shaped and sized blocks and are crafted in solid oak with finger joint unions with a natural waxy surface finish.
Houses by Antonio Serrano Bulnes are 'Where Our Souls are Kept'
Meghan Young — October 1, 2013 — Life-Stages
References: serranobulnes & design-milk