It’s no secret that youngsters (and adults) enjoy playing with LEGO blocks. They can create absolutely anything they dream up and then play with the toys they’ve built with their personal hands. This was the principle behind designer Jens Otterstedt’s project: Olla.
Olla is a modular furniture set that youngsters can put together on their personal. With differently sized pieces and 4 different types of connectors, the Olla system lets youngsters use their imaginations to develop their quite personal furnishings.
Desks, beds, shelves, chairs, and benches can all be built with the pieces. The pieces come in different colors, enabling kids to mix and match to invent the furnishings they actually want rather than the cookie-cutter furnishings available in retailers.
The Olla is in search of funding on Indiegogo, but to get sufficient pieces to make a single piece of furniture you have to pledge at least $228. Still, the designer points out that the person Olla pieces you can obtain for smaller contributions make excellent pencil holders or storage for other small products.