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‘Pile on Game’ Creates Stackable Stones from Waste Wood
Posted By Diane Pham On July 23, 2010 @ 5:30 pm In Green Materials,Green Products,Innovation,Recycled Materials | No Comments
The last time we checked, Jenga wasn’t constructing their pieces from sustainable wood, but here’s a clever design that takes a game of strategic block stacking to an eco-friendly  level. Created by designers Mamoru Fukui, Daimon Kanno and Yuta Fuki, the “Pile on Game”  is a set of nine stones made from factory waste wood cutoffs , hand-sanded and polished to create multi-faceted flat surfaces with an attractive sheen. While just nine stones to a set, the potential to stack and challenge your friends’ dexterity is endless.
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 “Pile on Game”: http://www.umbra.com/ustore/product/377603/c727/pile_on_game.html
 factory waste wood cutoffs: http://www.inhabitat.com/recycled-materials
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