Geometry

Geometric design is officially in right now for kids and adults. Here at kM we just can't get enough of these simple shapes, in whatever their final incarnation may be. Check out some of our favorites below!

Image from b-and-bee.com

Image from b-and-bee.com

These hexagonal, sustainable, stackable structures are meant to reduce waste at festivals, concerts, and campsites. Designed in Belgium by B-and-Bee.

Image from kinderground.net

Image from kinderground.net

Our sister company kinder GROUND, uses triangles, hexagons, and diamonds to create a whole new type of modular carpet. The click-n-build carpet maker on their website is seriously addictive.

Image from pizzolorusso.com

Image from pizzolorusso.com

Blocks for grown-ups in cool, smooth Carrara marble? Yes, please! By Helsinki-based Italian designer Emanuele Pizzolorusso.

Image from bowernyc.com

Image from bowernyc.com

The Shape Mirrors by Bower NYC give the illusion of three-dimensionality. We've been lusting after these since we first saw them at Sight Unseen OFFSITE in May!  

Image from hvasshannibal.dk

Image from hvasshannibal.dk

These brightly colored mobile boxes were part of a project to liven up conference meeting rooms by Hvass & Hannibal, a Copenhagen-based design studio. The geometric boxes paired with the organic, curving "mountain" mural, creates a dreamy conversation between city and county.  

Another hexagon! This one by Daniel Garcia Sanchez organizes your desk and can be rearranged in multiple ways for maximum functionality (and fun)!

Image from studiorenesiebum.nl

This honeycomb "wardrobe" in mahogany by Dutch designer Rene Siebum would be a sophisticated, yet whimsical, addition to any child's room or family space - a chic way to finally get those clothes off the floor.

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