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When you ask architects which toys they played with as a child, many will list toys like Lincoln Logs, K’Nex, and the infamous Lego. With each toy system’s ability to break a larger object down into pieces helps the child (of any age) build a spatial awareness and develop a basic understanding of building tectonics, which makes sense why it would help inform a path towards architecture. Jason Brain, an alumnus of Harvard Graduate School of Design took on the challenge to reimagine the snapping block system entirely taking it from App to Model to make the system better and more flexible.
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