Slowdown Studio: Jigsaw Puzzles
Slowdown Studio: Jigsaw Puzzles
Stimulate your brain with these beautiful puzzles for kids and adults alike.
La Muralla Roja
Slow down and enjoy some peace of mind with our jigsaw puzzles. Designed by Australian artist Charlie Bennell, this 285 piece puzzle features one of our favorite buildings in architecture - La Muralla Roja in Calpe, Spain. Designed by Ricardo Bofill, 'The Red Wall' is characterized by a puzzle-like series of interlocking stairs, platforms, and bridges, painted in various tones of red and blue to either blend or contrast with the sky and surrounding landscape. Completed puzzle measures 16.5" x 12".
The Pastel Suburbia Puzzle was illustrated by Vienna based artist Ana Popescu, and inspired by the architecture of Tim Burton’s 1990 film Edward Scissorhands.
The pastel, suburban neighborhood that was home to the Boggs family was both idyllic and paranoid. With generic, characterless houses all painted in the same four colors (sea-foam green, dirty flesh, butter, and dirty blue), immaculate topiary and undersized windows, it was the perfect setting for a surreal story about a young man who has scissor blades for hands. Completed puzzle measures 16.5" x 12".
Designed by Australian artist Charlie Bennell, this 285 piece puzzle features one of our favorite buildings in architecture - Palais Bulles, or ‘Bubble Palace’. Palais Bulles is a monumental house that overlooks the bay of Cannes in France. Designed by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag and built between 1975 and 1989, the futuristic home is characterized by its blushing pink hues and orb-like, feminine curves. A reminder that good things don’t always come in boxes. Completed puzzle measures 16.5" x 12".
Designed by Australian artist Charlie Bennell, in collaboration with Slowdown Studio. 285 pieces, completed puzzle measures 16.5" x 12".
The Site of Reversible Destiny in Yoro Park, Japan is an 'experience park' based around the theme of encountering the unexpected. Built in 1995 and designed by Shusaka Arakawa and Madeline Gins, the site purposefully experiments with undulating planes, shifting colors, and disorienting spaces.
Designed by London-based artist Josephine Zentner, in collaboration with Slowdown Studio. 285 pieces, completed puzzle measures 16.5" x 12".
Zentner's work is about creating semi-surreal situations. The idea of an entire living room set up in the desert is both whimsical and magical, almost like something in a dream. Her painted puzzle series for Slowdown Studio features iconic elements of furniture design, art, and architecture, giving new meaning to "indoor-outdoor living."
Designed by London based artist Charlotte Taylor and 3D modelled by Victor Roussel, in collaboration with Slowdown Studio. 1000 pieces, completed puzzle measures 28" x 19.25".
Inspired by the multi-hued mountain landscape and architecture of the Argentinean town of Purmamarca, Taylor has created a futuristic adobe dream house with the help of Rousell. With perfect curves, pink and neutral desert tones, and an endless array of stray oranges, this is organic architecture at its utopian best.