Within JAIST Gallery (Japan Institute of Science and Technology), a gallery space to display Japan’s largest puzzle collection, Tatsu Matuda Architects and Rinno Architecutal office built a puzzle within a puzzle. They redesigned the gallery space using a special computer algorithm to fit 144 Penta Cubes into the room. The completed boxed form of right-angled parallelepiped, decomposed to 12 parts, which were realigned in the gallery space. In this world of puzzles you can’t even imagine all the numerous possible combinations of boxes, a gallery space, where Puzzles and Architecture coexist.
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