Introducing Areaware Cubebot
Posted by Bebi & Beba on November 05, 2015
When we discovered Areaware - a New York City based producer of everyday objects that are functional and unusual - we were instantly drawn to the Cubebot range.
Cubebot is a wooden toy robot inspired by Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles. Made from wood and elastic, Cubebot can be positioned to hold dozens of poses. When it's time to rest, Cubebot folds back into a perfect cube. A classic toy for all ages that will endure generations of play. The timelessness of a toy robot combined with the natural wooden structure of these clever creations embodies fun and functionality. Cubebot can be taken anywhere and is always easy to pack up. These wooden robots will inspire creative play and a lot of laughter as kids discover the many different talents of their new wooden friend.
Areaware pride themselves on being a strong voice for American design who utilise young and local talent to create the many amazing objects in their range. Their goal is to develop beautiful products that invoke an emotional response when used or played with.
We currently stock the wonderful Cubebot micro in natural beech wood - you can find them under 'toys' on our website www.bebiandbeba.com