What is it

Yohocube wins the celebrated Silver A’ Design Award

Como, Italy, April 19, 2017

A’ International Design Awards is proud to tell that the toy project Yohocube by Yohocube has been announced as a winner of the renowned Silver A’ Design Award at Toy, Games and Hobby Products Design Competition Category.

Toy, Games and Hobby Products Design Category Silver A’ Design Award Prizewinnerwinner

A’ Design Award and Competition is pleased to announce that the work Yohocube by Yohocube has been announced as a laureate of the renowned Silver A’ Design Award at Toy, Games and Hobby Products Design Competition marked as one of the winners by the esteemed jurors of the A’ Design Awards & Competitions amidst a great number of submitted designs.
The Silver A’ Design Award is a prestigious award given to top 5% percentile designs that has delivered an exemplary level of originality in design. Entries to the A’ Toy Design Awards are peer reviewed and anonymously judged by an expert jury panel of prominent academics, influential press members and established professionals. Nominated toy designs are voted on pre-determined evaluation criteria to highlight only the top toy design works.

What is it

YOHOCUBE  is a cardboard construction set that allows to create 3D models from cardboard cubes and prizms. You can use these models as real big toys.

Video about stunning Yohocube constructor possibilities

 

It is a unique patented design toy that helps developing constructor skills and fosters creativity.

The toy has wide modeling range – from balls to fortresses, from toy cats and dogs to tables or Christmas trees.

Eco-friendly – 100% recyclable organic product for ecologically-concerned parents.

For kids 6+.

Once a child gets hold of yohocubes he cannot have peace until he uses all of them in order to create fantastic models. Have fun!

Now you can buy our construction set at Amazon.de

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We were glad to see you at our stand B-13 in Halle H3A at Spielwarenmesse in Nuremberg on February 1-7, 2017.