These polished marble blocks by Milanese designer Emanuele Pizzolorusso can be arranged on your desk to make miniature monuments.
The set is made up of three variants of a 100x100x100mm Carrara marble block.
Some blocks have grooves or holes punched into them like doors or windows and others have an edge that is completely rounded.
Here's a little more information from the designer:
α, β, γ. (Alpha, Beta, Gamma.)
Alpha Beta Gamma is a set of 3 blocks; simply cut, substantial in mass and satisfying to touch.
Arrange them in infinite ways to create forms that are at once unique and universal.
Your own sanctuary may be built from these harmonious blocks, designed to give rise to the largest possible number of combinations...
A limited edition set can be purchased through pre-order.
You can also download technical drawings to make your own under the Creative Commons Licence BY-NC-ND. It means you are free to reproduce it, but not for commercial purposes.
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