Kolekto - Buildings Wooden Architectural Toys - Copenhagen – Blue Brontide

Buildings Wooden Architectural Toys - Copenhagen

£59.68 GBP

Architecturally designed wooden toys from Kolekto's STORIES IN STRUCTURES series. Beautifully hand-crafted in sustainably sourced FSC certified birch.

Build your own city with 6 iconic buildings from Copenhagen for creative play for big imaginations. Designed to either be assembled individually making a beautiful decoration for any nursery/children's room or in combination with our other Kolekto products, including auto, traffic to bring to life whole cities for big adventures. 

When the building fun is over these pieces look fantastic as decoration in any room with the buildings slotting into their own beautiful wooden stand.

6 iconic buildings from Copenhagen include:

Round tower
Marble church
Absalon's farm
Copenhagen City Hall
& 2 town houses

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Good to know
  • Materials: 100% FSC certified birch wood & a bit of organic walnut oil.
  • Presented in a recycled card box & delivered to you in recycled packaging 
  • Handmade creations made to last a lifetime for the benefit of the owner and the environment. GOOD QUALITY LASTS A LIFETIME.
  • CE certified
  • Box Size: L 19.5cm, W 19.5cm, H 4.5 cm

KOLEKTO’s  STORIES IN STRUCTURES series was founded in 2015 by architect Eva Wandel and graphic designer Rikke Nogel their architectural-designed wooden toys focus on aesthetics, imagination and good craftsmanship. Only working with sustainable materials Kolekto creates timeless and durable designs where the functional qualities are in focus. Each product is hand drawn & handmade at their Copenhagen workshop to create products that can survive for generations and tell stories.

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