Domino Diagonal


Dominoes, cousins of playing cards and dice, originated in China in the 1300s and represent one of the oldest tools for game play. From professional domino game competition to setting them up and then knocking them over, dominoes allow for a variety of games, as well as tests of skill and patience. The markings on dominoes, known as pips, originally represented the results of throwing two six-sided dice. The European dominoes we recognize today differed from the Chinese versions by incorporating seven extra dominoes—six representing the results from throwing a single die with the other half of the tile left blank, and one representing the blank-blank (0-0) combination.

Our contribution consists of conceiving storage solutions that can intensify the experience along with the game, starting from the moment one reaches for the box to start playing. Taking inspiration from nature, great architectural works or elements that are part of our daily lives, we re-contextualize what is known as ripe for discovering.

Author: Javier Bermejo.

Made by PICO PAO.


Additional information



Measurements (Case):

110 x 165 x 45 mm

Measurements (Packaging):

180 x 120 x 50 mm


685 g

Components and Materials:

Case: MDF
Packaging: Cardboard lined with paper
Standard Piece: 21 x 42 x 10 mm


Standard, White B21


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