Areaware Ocean Balancing Blocks

Areaware Ocean Balancing Blocks

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Areaware's ocean colored balancing blocks. Balance these faceted stone-size shapes to create your own sculpture. Each set includes ten solid oak blocks. The blocks are coated in a water-based paint, and packaged in a drawstring bag.

Made of Oak Wood
Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 1.5”

DESIGNED BY FORT STANDARD FOR AREAWARE

Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings founded their Brooklyn based design and fabrication studio, Fort Standard, in 2011. The two met while attending Pratt Institute. Here, they were selected to study abroad at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, where they became close friends and collaborators. Buntain and Collings’ work relies on structural simplicity and honesty of materials. Terming their aesthetic “warm contemporary,” they merge craft tradition with progressive design. The duo creates “objects that are unique enough to refresh and simple enough to live forever,” explains Collings. Fort Standard boasts an impressive range of products, including home goods, toys, jewelry and furniture.

Areaware Ocean Balancing Blocks

Regular price $48

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Areaware's ocean colored balancing blocks. Balance these faceted stone-size shapes to create your own sculpture. Each set includes ten solid oak blocks. The blocks are coated in a water-based paint, and packaged in a drawstring bag.

Made of Oak Wood
Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 1.5”

DESIGNED BY FORT STANDARD FOR AREAWARE

Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings founded their Brooklyn based design and fabrication studio, Fort Standard, in 2011. The two met while attending Pratt Institute. Here, they were selected to study abroad at Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, where they became close friends and collaborators. Buntain and Collings’ work relies on structural simplicity and honesty of materials. Terming their aesthetic “warm contemporary,” they merge craft tradition with progressive design. The duo creates “objects that are unique enough to refresh and simple enough to live forever,” explains Collings. Fort Standard boasts an impressive range of products, including home goods, toys, jewelry and furniture.

Regular price $48