Cupolas tower over small Russian villages and adorn megalopolises like Moscow and St. Petersburg. Sometimes they are quite simple on the outside, but with magnificent paintings on the inside.
So the Cupolas Arch Stacker hides more than meets the eye – more games, more fun, more creativity and time together with children. They can be used to build a cave or a sultan's palace, a village for dolls or a rainbow house for a magical fairy. The smallest part of the set turns into a seed, from which the colorful flowers grow.
How to play:
- Build a tiered tower
- Find a mirrored surface, attach arcs to it and see what you get
- Lay out on paper, like bowls of flowers, and use a colored pencil to complete the stems
- Build a cave or shelter for a tiny toy
About Raduga Grez:
Raduga Grez is Russian family run small workshop. We make aesthetic wooden toys for modern families. We believe that less is more and we create a different way of playing, for both parents and kids.
Founder of Raduga Grez Inna, designs toys and her husband Evgenii is in charge of production. We make our toys in Russia in small batches.
For our toys we use just solid wood and non-toxic water-based paint or oil. We keep the wood pattern and tactility in each toy. We are against wood wasting, so we use wood with dark knots. It is natural and beautiful.
For packing we use cardboard boxes in different colors or hand sewn cotton bags.