Minimalist Chess Set Uses Cubes Instead Of Carved Pieces [Pics]

Minimalist Chess Set Uses Cubes Instead Of Carved Pieces [Pics]

This game uses carved negaitve space within the squares to denote the king, queen, castle etc.

Ross Brooks
  • 4 november 2013

American designer Stefan Gougherty has put a modern minimalist twist on the chess set, which was created by cutting negative space out of transparent acrylic cubes. These spaces were created with a milling machine and then painted afterwards, which exaggerates their shape and presence within the blocks.

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