Mr. Cube by Héctor Serrano

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Mr Cube by Hector Serrano for Ten Plan at 100 Design London

London Design Festival 2010: London designer Héctor Serrano will present these reconfigurable wooden figures at 100% Design this week. 

Mr Cube by Hector Serrano for Ten Plan at 100 Design London

Mr Cube comprises a set of wooden pieces with hidden magnets that can be attached to form the head, arms and legs of a figure or combined to create a cube.

Mr Cube by Hector Serrano for Ten Plan at 100 Design London

The figures will be on display as part of Ten Plan 23-26 September, which showcases the work of ten designers who have a particular emphasis on sustainability.

Mr Cube by Hector Serrano for Ten Plan at 100 Design London

See our previous stories about Ten:

WOOD by Ten (september 2008)
Branch Out by Studiomama for TEN (October 2009)

Mr Cube by Hector Serrano for Ten Plan at 100 Design London

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Mr. Cube by Héctor Serrano for Ten Plan at 100% Design London

A collection of wooden figures with a common central body and interchangeable arms, legs and head. Rearrange and create infinite combinations easily thanks to its internal magnets. After playing all the parts fit in together forming a perfect cube!

Mr. Cube is our participation for this year TEN, a collective of ten designers who for the last four years have been presenting different projects around the theme of sustainability in design. Now in their fifth year the TEN collective will be showing TEN PLAN, an exhibition of projects  accompanied by plans and instructions for making.

You can visit TEN PLAN at Stand 'Central Boulevard 5' 100% Design, Earls Court, London 23-26 September 2010


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False Friends
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by Danish Crafts
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Posted on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 at 12:30 am by Joe Mills. See our copyright policy. Before commenting, please read our comments policy.

  • klaus_77

    Very nice and simple, well done hector

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