NO NOISE AND ALL GAME MAKES BACKGAMMON A BIT LAME!

Pass the dice on to the master! From the 10th of May 2012 to the 16th of June 2012, DEDE participated in the "ONCE UPON A SPONGE" design exhibition, presenting the "No noise and all game makes backgammon a bit lame!" project, a soundless backgammon board made entirely of kitchen sponges. We took advantage of the sponge's sound absorption qualities to make a backgammon board which is identical to the real thing, with one big difference: It produces no sound!
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We took advantage of the sponge's sound absorption qualities to make a backgammon board which is identical to the real thing, with one big difference: It produces no sound!

We took advantage of the sponge's sound absorption qualities to make a backgammon board which is identical to the real thing, with one big difference: It produces no sound!

Pass the dice on to the master!

Pass the dice on to the master!

Soundless backgammon!!!

Soundless backgammon!!!

Our soundless backgammon board is made entirely of kitchen sponges.

Our soundless backgammon board is made entirely of kitchen sponges.

From the 10th of May 2012 to the 16th of June 2012, DEDE participated in the "ONCE UPON A SPONGE" design exhibition, presenting the "No noise and all game makes backgammon a bit lame!" project.

From the 10th of May 2012 to the 16th of June 2012, DEDE participated in the "ONCE UPON A SPONGE" design exhibition, presenting the "No noise and all game makes backgammon a bit lame!" project.

Silent Backgammon - This backgammon board by Greek studio Dede Dextrousdesign was created using cheap kitchen sponges. The project’s aim was to take advantage of the sponge sound absorption qualities to make a backgammon board which is identical to the real thing, with one big difference: It doesn’t make any noise! The backgammon board was created as part of the ‘Once Upon a Sponge’ exhibition at taf (The Art Foundation).

Silent Backgammon - This backgammon board by Greek studio Dede Dextrousdesign was created using cheap kitchen sponges. The project’s aim was to take advantage of the sponge sound absorption qualities to make a backgammon board which is identical to the real thing, with one big difference: It doesn’t make any noise! The backgammon board was created as part of the ‘Once Upon a Sponge’ exhibition at taf (The Art Foundation).

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Things: Sponge Backgammon | Junkculture

Things: Sponge Backgammon | Junkculture

Things: Sponge Backgammon | Junkculture

Things: Sponge Backgammon | Junkculture

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