Man-size Mekano by Form Us With Love in Superstudio, at Milan Design Week 2009.

Man-size mekano is a scaled up building kit sprung from the love of toys and construction. The parts are assemblied by hand and transformed into functional objects like hangers and room dividers, or go wild and construct chandeliers or insane babylonian towers. The concept is transported flat and made out of environmental friendly Masonite. The concept will be launched at the Superstudio piu, Zona Tortona during the Salone del Mobili in Milan, April 22-27.







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