IKOS Upcycled Modular Building Blocks Were Designed By Kids, For Kids!

by , 03/29/14
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Move over LEGO, there’s a new building block in town. The brain child of Mike Wong, a Park City, Utah-based industrial designer and engineer, IKOS are 3D toys that overcome many of the limitations of traditional building blocks. Wong enlisted the help of three local high school students from the Park City Center for Advanced Professional Studies (PCCAPS) program to take IKOS from concept to reality. Made in the USA out of recycled milk jugs, the block system is currently gathering funding on Kickstarter. Follow the link below to learn more.


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