Minipuzzle inspired by Georgi Krutikov’s Flying City Project sketches
Interactive, demanding, and fun, a puzzle is an exercise for your creative muscle that puts in practice various skills at once. Give yourself an off-screen break their spatial vision, organizational skills, and bare talent by putting together torn apart images that make a whole.
With a pinch of culture, the MiniPuzzle Collection adds a historical landmark or an architecture movement that either was never built in real life, or had an impact on the architecture of the XX century.
You are to compose Krutikov’s Flying City Project‘s from a compact 50-piece puzzle, to come up with a beautiful sketch that modern architecture connoisseurs will love. Constructivist and looking ahead of its time, this design was supposed to base foundations of new housing projects to develop during Soviet Russia times.
With the help of a magnet with the original project in it, we believe shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes to assemble… Could you do it?