Matchitecture® - Taj Mahal
The ivory-white marble mausoleum in the Indian city of Agra was commissioned in 1632 by emperor Shah Jahan to house the tomb of his favourite wife. The 46.4cm/18.25-inch model you are constructing uses 7500 microbeam pieces. You simply need to cut and glue MICROBEAMS together, according to the plans. The resulting pieces are then assembled to create a 3D design.
- CUT - GLUE - ASSEMBLE
- 60% Canadian-made parts, including assembly. 3 x 18.2 x 14 inches when completed.
1 assembly board, 1 acetate sheet, 4 clips, 1 matchsticks cutter, 7500 matchsticks, 2 bottles of wood glue (120ml / 4 oz), 1 pair of pliers, plans and instructions.