Blockitecture - Habitat
Blockitecture - Habitat
Blockitecture - Habitat
Blockitecture - Habitat

Blockitecture - Habitat

$25.00

Habitat is the first in the Blockitecture series, designed by James Paulius for Metaproject, an industry projects class produced by the Rochester Institute of Technology in partnership with Areaware. The forms were inspired by Habitat 67, a housing complex and pavilion designed by Moshe Safdie for the 1967 World's Fair in Montreal, Canada.

  • Material: New Zealand Pine
  • Packaging Dimensions: 13.7" x 20.5" x 2"
  • Recommended for ages 6+
  • Designed by Areaware Designers 

Areaware is a gift and home accessories brand based in Brooklyn, NY and Columbus, OH. They are a small team of 24 people dedicated to producing the best of new design. They work with a roster of independent designers on a royalty-basis, and oversee all aspects of bringing a design product to market. They value design integrity, and collaborate closely with designers to realize their vision while also responding to consumer needs and market forces. Each design they produce is exclusive to the Areaware brand.