Playing with Senses Perceptible Chess Game by Makiko Shinoda
by Ted Savage / November 21, 2012
A toy for life, nonuniform and plastic-free, Playing with Senses Perceptible Chess Game by Makiko Shinoda is an unconventional looking chess set made from beeswax, wood, ceramic, bronze, and aluminum.




Weight, smell, material, form and texture vary among the pieces. Small children can use them to play freely, and eventually to play chess.

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