B3 Wassily

Marcel Breuer joined the Bauhaus school in 1925 where he purchased his first bicycle. He was impressed by its qualities; it could be bent into handlebars and support the weight of one or two riders; Why then, could it not be used for furniture? The B3 Wassily set is made up of 62 fragmented tiles, designed from the structure of the Wassily arm chair. Created with the principle of self - learning, players can imitate Marcel Breuer’s translation process by cutting up the tiles provided and form endless varieties of abstracted letterforms.

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