City Chess – When chess meets the architecture of major cities (15 pics)




City Chess is a project imagined by the designer Abe Ruiz , who created chess pieces inspired by the great American cities and their architecture. San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle or Chicago, these 3D printed chess pieces represent the most iconic buildings of each city. A nice project to discover on the website  City Chess . Unfortunately, it will cost between $96 and $194 per city.

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities

City Chess - When chess meets the architecture of major cities




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