Interlocking wood "bricks" that can assemble into a nail-and-glue-free house

In 1987, Skid Roper and Mojo Nixon posed the musical question: What happened to my Lincoln Logs? At last: an answer!

Brikawood is a French company that makes a system of interlocking wooden blocks that can be assembled into structures ranging from modest (walls) and scaling up to full-on tiny houses.

They claim to be weatherproof and fully recyclyable, and once painted, they can pass for bricks (though dang, they're much nicer as wood!).


(via Red Ferret)