NY students design modern twists on the classic wooden toy

Rochester Institute of Technology Metaproject03 sees twenty-two students create modern classic toys

Source: FastCompany

When students of the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York were tasked with designing wooden curios for local accessories manufacturer Areaware, the results were inspired innovations on classic wooden toys and puzzles. 

Proving that restrictions can be the best spark for creativity, the results submitted by the twenty-two students taking part in Metaproject03 ranged from skyscraper and strongmen building blocks, to families of dinosaurs and gorillas. 

Take a look at the full gallery here on FastCompany. 

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