Self-Assembled Furniture Kit Lets Amateur Designers Build Chairs And Giant Toys
Spyntex is a DIY project and mobile app through which builders can put their own designs to the test
For adults who grew up constructing castles and forts out of LEGO blocks, Spyntex—build-your-own furniture sets—might be the perfect way to see if their childlike eye for design is still sharp.
Spyntex is a DIY kit made up of of interlocking bars that can be formed into straight or curved surfaces to create a variety of different objects, from the practical, like a chair, to the absurd, such as a giant toy. In keeping with today’s emphasis on the virtual, the product is accompanied by a mobile app where users can test their designs before constructing tangible versions.
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