Shape Spaces with Three by Three Seattle's Polyhedra

August 2, 2018

Shape Spaces with Three by Three Seattle's Polyhedra

Seattle, WA - August 2, 2018 - Three by Three Seattle proudly expands their polyhedra line with aesthetically-inspired paperweights and pushpins.

Featuring new paperweights in marble and resin, and pushpins in metallic finishes, polyhedra make stunning accents in any environment.

Clear resin paperweights in shades graduating from clear to aqua beautifully adorn tabletops and bookshelves, and tame flyaway papers, while magnetic Carrara-finish marble paperweights handily hold bobby pins, pushpins, paperclips, and other small metal objects. Whether used as paperweights or as décor, these functional sculptures serve as attractive objets d’art.

Polyhedra pushpins are a sharp new twist on the company’s original cast metal polyhedra magnets, adding dimension to simple corkboards. The glittering mathematically proportional forms dress up photos, notes, recipes, and any other objects they hold.

“The original polyhedra magnets were such a hit that I wanted to explore other potential functions,” explained Ellen Thomson, designer. “The pushpins are a great counterpart to our original polyhedra magnets, offering multiple ways to use the line in homes and offices. The shapes then lent themselves to more form-forward applications, like paperweights. Making the marble version into a magnet turned them into even more functional art.“

Polyhedra paperweights are sold individually in five shapes - tetrahedra, hexahedra, octahedra, dodecahedra, and icosahedra. The clear line is available in five unique colors, and the marble line is magnetized.

Polyhedra pushpins feature four shapes - hexahedra, octahedra, dodecahedra, and icosahedra. They are available in silver, gold, and copper, in sets of 4 or 12.


smart. modern. organized.

Since 1995, Three by Three Seattle products have made busy lives beautifully efficient. Whether outfitting a home, office, or dorm, each innovative organizing solution is worthy of display in any contemporary setting.

The company’s magnetic strip bulletin board design introduced the magnet board category as it’s known today. In recent years, they revamped the whiteboard industry with fresh, alternative dry-erase surfaces, including bamboo, glass, silicone, and stainless. Their current line consists of dry-erase boards, chalk boards, magnet boards, desk and wall organizers, hooks, and magnets. The design team also creates custom promotional products and has worked with a broad range of clients, including Nike, Starbucks, Herman Miller, Bravo Networks, Nine West, and W Hotels.


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