Tukluk

TUKLUK is a kid’s play object based on the shape of a triangle. Integrated magnets hold the elements together. Designed by Benedikt Kirsch+ Katharina Schildgen. Makes me want to be a kiddo.

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  1. Funny! We find the same things almost at the same time! Saluti from an itMiss

  2. Some very talented members of the International Design Clinic (www.internationaldesignclinic.org) designed and constructed a strikingly similar product while working in Mumbai, India two summers ago! You can check out some of the pictures of their ‘triangle’ project and others here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/internationaldesignclinic/3476815675/in/set-72157617265109661/

  3. I DESIGNED A SIMILAR TOY

    2008 IN INDIA

    why is this getting all the attention???

    IS SWEDEN doing this for what LEGOS DID FOR DENMARK??

    denmark didnt invent LEGOS, they stole it from another country!

  4. I HAVE OVER 200 PHOTOS AND 10 MINUTES IN LIVE VIDEO

    with kids playing in the Triangles…

    whats the deal MISS SWISS???

    Where did the original schematic design come from??????

  5. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=30842561&id=81504026

    INDIA 2008

    dont get it twisted

    i am not accusing anyone of anything

    but the SIMILARITIES ARE TOO FAMILIAR

  6. My oldest daughter is into the whole fort thing… regardless of who designed this particular model, the concept is pretty cool.

  7. The Eameses made something similar 50 years ago

  8. Are there any specs for this product? I am an interior design student and would like to know the sizes of the triangles, the materials, is it green or eco friendly, sustainable, fire retardent? Things of this nature. Thank you!

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