LOGIFACES by Planbureau

November 11th, 2014 by retail design blog

Let go of the noise of everyday life either at home or work, and unleash your imagination while training your mind with LOGIFACES. This set of 16 hand-poured concrete prisms can be arranged in millions of variations, allowing you to find endless patterns in its computer-generated forms. Based on ancient puzzle games, LOGIFACES is a set of 16 concrete prisms that can be arranged in millions of variations. It allows your imagination to reign free to find endless patterns in its computer-generated forms. While complex geometries become comprehensible, in a real, non-virtual space under your hands, LOGIFACES lets you train your mind, boost your creativity and challenge yourself and your friends.

The LOGIFACES origins: How did 3D modeling technology influence the world of analogue games? Two architects from our team, Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos were inspired by 3D modeling software using triangles (or faces) as their basic elements to create complex forms and surfaces. LOGIFACES started out as an idea to bring these complex geometries to a real, non-virtual space. They created the first version of the game from wood, but later started experimenting with concrete, and realised that the weight and touch of the material really capture the essence of the game.

Design by Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos at Planbureau


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