LOGIPLACES Lets You Travel Through Puzzles

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Photo courtesy of LOGIPLACES
Photo courtesy of LOGIPLACES

Ask anyone what they would do if they had more time, and chances are you’ll hear “travel” quite often. For those of us who simply can’t spare a few weeks to cure your wanderlust, LOGIPLACES may have the solution: topographical 3D puzzles made of concrete.

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Gorgeous locations like Budapest, San Francisco, the Grand Canyon and Zermatt in the Alps are available, in 16- or 36-piece varieties. LOGIDEEZ, the company behind LOGIPLACES, is a Hungarian architecture and design studio, and its manufacturing is heavily assisted by 3D printing. The company’s architectural background gives a special nuance to each of their puzzles.

Concrete in interior design has been a trendy topic over the past few years. LOGIPLACES turns that concept on its head by making a game out of things. People looking to spruce up their home or office may not have considered concrete design objects as décor, so this is a great first step into that area.

Despite its smallish size, even the most avid puzzle fans can get sucked in by the intricate design. It may look simple, but it’s not the easiest thing to put together. The end result is pretty spectacular, though, and the best part? No passport required.

Photo courtesy of LOGIPLACES
Photo courtesy of LOGIPLACES