'Imaginary Language' is the playful name of a project by Alessandra Fumagalli Romario — a graduate of the Royal College of Art, who was interested in promoting creativity through design. The range boasts a number of differently shaped tools that have a smooth surface and geometric shapes. Individuals, mainly "actors and children," can combine and build with these tools, ultimately flexing their creative muscles. While kids can stay entertained with the shapes and create a variety of objects with the different components, Alessandra Fumagalli Romario also makes her creations available to actors who can utilize the forms in their dramatic exercises.
'Imaginary Language' was the project the designer submitted for her graduation. As she stipulates in an interview with Dezeen, the collection of shapes is informed through Irving Biederman's psychological theory.