Phil Pauley

Cubed Maze3 is a Larger-Than-Life Maze Made From Recycled Materials

by , 02/29/12

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The Cubed Maze3 by Phil Pauley adds a third and fourth dimension to traditional mazes, and it is designed to be constructed out of a 100% recycled (laminated) flexible glass based polymer. Covering nine floors, multiple stairs, glass ramps and transparent walled partitions, this mega maze will challenge and amuse all who attempt its summit. Each of the nine levels represents the complexity of an equivalent single level maze, and stairs and ramps may offer assurance, but sometimes you will have to go back down a floor or two to reach the higher levels. The Cubed Maze3 is so-called because its design principle is based on individual interconnected cubes, which are then multiplied into a cube of cubes. The heart and centre of the Cubed Maze3 is a stunning rooftop café bar with spectacular 360 panoramic views. The only concern while relaxing with refreshments will be how to get back out again!

+ Phil Pauley

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