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Multi-view puzzle London by Fred Shapur

$ 25

A puzzle that encourages collaboration. Players can enjoy building the puzzle together from any side. These puzzles are one of Fredun Shapur’s earliest designs, created in 1964, they are now in the Victoria & Albert Museum collections in London. As part of our "toys for little hearts" collection 20% of the sales will be donated to the play area of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.

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puzzle with 20 pieces, size 10 x 10 inches. Like Bruno Munari or Charles Eames, the designer Fredun Shapur (born 1929) made a particular daring and inventive contribution to the world of children. From wooden puzzles to animal disguises made from paper sacks, Shapur's toys still have the power to challenge and enchant, while his use of colour and graphic refinement remain strikingly modern.

Material >

thick cardboard

About piqpoq >

Piqpoq ,established in 2009 , is a small independent publishing house in France focusing on design of the twentieth century. The world of children is the thread conducting most of their publications. Piqpoq is also working to clear unsung parts of design history in France and abroad.

A puzzle that encourages collaboration. Players can enjoy building the puzzle together from any side. These puzzles are one of Fredun Shapur’s earliest designs, created in 1964, they are now in the Victoria & Albert Museum collections in London. As part of our "toys for little hearts" collection 20% of the sales will be donated to the play area of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.

Details >

puzzle with 20 pieces, size 10 x 10 inches. Like Bruno Munari or Charles Eames, the designer Fredun Shapur (born 1929) made a particular daring and inventive contribution to the world of children. From wooden puzzles to animal disguises made from paper sacks, Shapur's toys still have the power to challenge and enchant, while his use of colour and graphic refinement remain strikingly modern.

Material >

thick cardboard

About piqpoq >

Piqpoq ,established in 2009 , is a small independent publishing house in France focusing on design of the twentieth century. The world of children is the thread conducting most of their publications. Piqpoq is also working to clear unsung parts of design history in France and abroad.