Still object in loud times...Without a sound, the metal point draws fascinating, ever smaller elliptical traces in the sand. Formations of countless layers of ellipses are produced. A gentle impulse starts the swing and one can experience and feel the inner peace which comes from the harmonious movement of the pendulum. With its electro magnet impulse –which can also be switched off- the pendulum moves continuously!
Height: 55 cm / 22 inchesDiameter: 31 cm / 12.4 inchesDesign:Jürg Naef
Dynamic – the pulse of timeHow fascinating rotating spinning tops are, especially when they are made of 5 different fine woods. Aesthetically aligned on a small black base, the participants await the starting signal. Which top rotates the longest, the one made of maple, pear- or cherry-wood, or maybe walnut? The game of stability and instability, and rotational powers can begin.Product information:Set of 5 wooden spinning tops24,5 x 4,5 cm / 9.8 x 1.8 inches. Diameter 4 cm / 1.6 inches5 wooden spinning tops on a black board In the following wood types: pear tree, maple, cherry tree, walnut tree, plum. Design: Jürg Näf / Christof Beck
Mouvelette dimensions:16 x 9 x 8 cm / 6.4 x 3.6 x 3.2 inches
The Mouvelette is an elegant object. Solar energy (sunlight) goes directly to the motor. The car moves in a good walking speed.
Please note:This solar toy functiones only in sufficient light.Sun light or halogen light is the optimal light source. Unique object with solar technology!
Design: Peter Wüthrich
For the Mouvelette, the following materials are used:
Maple wood, domestically and FSC certifies.
Color and varnishes correspondingly the toy security standard EN71.
Nickel plated stole.
Plastics out of PET, POM, neoprene and PVC.
Solar module polycristallin, 2V/400mA, on circuit board with art resin spilt.
Direct current industry motor.
The “golden ratio” Modulon – a cube divided into the dimensions of the golden ratio. The golden ratio is achieved with a geometric construction that has a divisor of approximately 0.618 (the shorter part of a line segment has the same relationship to the longer part, as the longer part to the whole). Sixteen building bricks of seven different masses can be arranged to form many different proportions according to the harmonic principle.
Product information:11.5 x 11.5 x 11.5 cm / 4.6 x 4.6 x 4.6 inches16 pcs. in a black wooden box Design:Jo Niemeyer
Product information:11 x 5,5 x 2,8 cm / 4.4 x 2.2 x 1.1 inch4 piecesPuristic architecture ...made of four identical, individual elements – absurd? Certainly not! The basic elements of Quadrigo, when fitted together and interlocked, create modern buildings with a sculptured appearance. It is fascinating to see what other people can build from the same elements. Could this be 22nd century architecture? Discover how the individual parts of Quadrigo can be interconnected and staggered in to many different forms.Design:Jean-Phillipe Rossinelli
Product information:6 x 3 x 1,5 cm / 2.4 x 1.2 x 0.6 inches4 piecesPuristic architecture ...made of four identical, individual elements – absurd? Certainly not! The basic elements of Quadrigo, when fitted together and interlocked, create modern buildings with a sculptured appearance. It is fascinating to see what other people can build from the same elements. Could this be 22nd century architecture? Discover how the individual parts of Quadrigo can be interconnected and staggered in to many different forms.Design:Jean-Phillipe Rossinelli
Small and subtleThe little brother is by no means inferior to the large version – on the contrary. With its varied woods, it has its own qualities. Interesting contrasts can be created when pale maple wood meets chocolate-coloured walnut. An ideal game for those who love the play of colours of natural woods.
This latest version of the 5-piece small Cella is made out of exclusive woods in nut-tree, elm, pear, ash and maple.
Product information:6 x 6 x 6 cm / 2.4 x 2.4 x 2.4 inch5 pcs.Design:Peer Clahsen
Into the cube ...It requires a bit of patience, twisting, tilting and turning the eight individual cubes joined together by a rubber band and trying to make them into one large cube again. The printed lines serve as orientation but can also be confusing. Make the line run continuously over the cube or make it disappear inside - these are two special challenges. Or what can you produce by turning these eight flexibly connected cubes? This game is a real challenge indeed!
Product information:5 x 5 x 5 cm / 2 x 2 x 2 inches8 pcs.Design:Heiko Hillig
Timeless Form...Margaretha Reichard, one of the prominent individuals of the Bauhaus Era, developed the "Hampelmann" Jumping Jack and "Steckpuppen" Peg Dolls while studying at the Bauhaus between 1926 and 1930.
Product information:29,5 x 33 cm / 11.8 x 13.2 inchesDesign:Margaretha Reichardt
Optical phenomenaIt is simply fascinating to experience the effect and how our eyes are surprised when these different graphic spinning tops are rotated. Each has its own special character and appeal depending on the speed of rotation. "Exzenter" looks like a floating disc and "Ooval" becomes an imaginary circle. Extremely fascinating!
Product information:15.2 x 10.5 cm / 6 x 4.2 inchesDesign: Ulrich Namislow
Point by PointCreate designs based on the mosaic principle. Six different graphic patterns on each maple cube allow you to create billions of pictures.
Product information:27 x 27 x 2,5 cm / 10.8 x 10.8 x 1 inches36 pcs. à 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm / 1 x 1 x 1 inchBlack hanging frameDesign:Heiko Hillig