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Life often imitates art, and in this case, it was the impetus for designer James Paulius to create his first Blockitecture set. This one, called Habitat, was inspired by Habitat 67, a housing complex and pavilion created for the 1967 World's Fair in Montreal, Canada. Although the wood blocks are influenced by the midcentury architecture, Paulius has given you the power to arrange them however you like. Stack them on top of one another or lay them horizontally to create your own version of sprawl. Try pairing them with the Factory, Deco, and Parkland sets to create your own bustling city. And guess what? You're the mayor!
About James Paulius
James Paulius is a Brooklyn-based designer interested in integrating people with their environment to promote their creativity, curiosity, and joy. “His belief,” his bio states, “in our ability to influence society and culture through the conscious creation of our environment inspires him to design artifacts that are sensitive towards the effects they have on humans.”