Contemporary and Modular Objects

Intended for young and old lovers of design and architecture, Mini Archi is a Belgian enterprise which offers playful modular objects and games, with a minimalist design, manufactured in Europe from sustainable materials. Ana Maia and Laurent Maes, two Brussels architects, have developed their brand in 2013 with the desire to sharpen the aesthetic sense of young people. The vision is clearly contemporary, as demonstrated by their "Modular House" game. This structure of 25 pieces made out of lacquered birch plywood makes it possible to build houses with a minimalist style. There is no need to look for the saddle roof or small glazed tiles. Here, you are on the side of Alvaro Siza or Mies van der Rohe and their love of clean lines. Once arranged, the various elements of the "Modular House" form a perfect rectangular box measuring 72 x 22 x 22cm. By the very nature of the game and thanks to its modules that can be transformed at will, you will have fun discovering the pleasure of experiencing and developing the sense of composition. OPEN, DISCOVER, ASSEMBLE, DISASSEMBLE, REASSEMBLE, CREATE, RECREATE, PACK AWAY, CLOSE AND ... REOPEN...