Created by a team of designers in Italy, the modular furniture comes in an array of colours and consists of a credenza and storage cubes. It’s completely customisable with infinite design and play possibilities.
“Our office is full of AFOL (Adult Fans of Lego), so we simply listened to our needs,” says Paolo Bellisario of Studio NINE. “We simply wanted something creative, but useful; something we were using in our houses already.”
The minimalist designs wouldn’t look out of place in a sleek contemporary adult environment, but would be equally at home as a playful addition to a child’s room.
“Creativity has no age,” Bellisario tells Domino. “We believe that every age will have a different way of personalizing it. Stüda is not only for kids and we are sure that letting children and adults interact together around it could bring some stunning results.”
Want to create a similar look at home? Customise your own furniture with Lego-compatible tape, available at Kmart for $12.
This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.