The product is named after the puzzle video game where the aim is to rotate and shift falling blocks of different shapes and sizes so they slot together.
The modules are available in two different sizes, one square and one rectangular, of varying depths. They can be wall-mounted or piled on top of each other in any quantity and orientation to form furniture or room dividers.
By leaving the block as an open box it becomes a bookcase, glass doors create a display cabinet or solid doors create a cupboard.
"Everything from large, convenient devices for the office to small and fun furniture for your home can be created," said Front. "You just have to mix and build!"
The customer can choose materials such as wood, felt, copper, leather, brass and steel. Each block can be a different material and colour or the whole can be coordinated.
Details such as steel legs and leather handles can be added to further personalise the design.
Tetris was launched during Stockholm Design Week, which took place last week. Front also presented spherical glass lamps that appear to be steamed up.
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