• matchitecture
    fokker Dr1 triplane

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to realize projects in which you take pride.
    Starting with one single element, the MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: You simply need to cut and stick MICROBEAMS together, according to the plans. The different pieces resulting are then joined together, to build a 3D design.
    CUT - GLUE - ASSEMBLE

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     motorcycle

    This is a monstrous matchitecture motorcycle measuring 7.62 x 46.22 x 10.16cm / 3 x 18.2 x 14 inches once built.  You simply cut and glue the MICROBEAMS together according to the plans. The resulting pieces are then assembled to create a 3D design. CUT - GLUE - ASSEMBLE

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     white house

    The White House is the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States and has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams in 1800. The 36cm / 14.25 inch one you are constructing uses 1900 microbeams pieces and a lot of patience. 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

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    microbeam refill kit

    Matchitecture is a construction puzzle/hobby concept using microbeams a.k.a wooden matchsticks. Use the sticks to build and create anything you can think of from buildings, monuments, vehicles, animals, nature, food... Get building!

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    country house

    It's all about the details in this beautiful country cottage with wrap around balcony, balustrades, and sloped roofs with dormer windows.  Study the included plans, lay out the protective acetate work sheet, then start cutting, trimming, and gluing the microbeams into place. Your finished 3-D cottage stands approx. 24 inches tall / 60,9 cm tall. Perfect accent for a sunny window sill.

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    chrysler building

    Completed in 1930 using steel and masonry, you will be using wood microbeams to reproduce this world renowned Art Deco–style Manhattan skyscraper. Study the included plans, lay out the protective acetate work sheet, then start cutting, trimming, and gluing the microbeams into place. The finished Chrysler Building stands 1046.59  feet / 319 m and took 2 years to complete. Your completed puzzle will stand approx. 16 inches / 40,6 cm tall and take....

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    empire state building

    For those who LOVE NEW YORK, keep an iconic landmark close at hand by constructions a reproduction of the Empire State Building by using the 650 matchsticks provided. Study the included plans, lay out the protective acetate work sheet, then start, cutting, trimming, and gluing the matchitecture pieces into place.. The finished reproduction proudly stands approx. 16 inches /40,6 cm tall. 

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    rescue helicopter

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to complete projects in which you can take pride.
    Starting with a single, the MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: 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

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    mechanical digger

    With Matchitecture Mechanical Digger, intermediate model builders work in miniature to create a mechanical digger and construction workers. You simply need to cut and glue the MICROBEAMS together according to the plans. The resulting pieces are then assembled to create a 3D design. CUT - GLUE - ASSEMBLE

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    bulldozer

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to complete projects in which you can take pride.
    Starting with a single, the MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: 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

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    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 microbeams 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

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    big rig

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to complete projects in which you can take pride.
    Starting with a single MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: 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. Finished product is 17.5  long x 9.5 inches tall.

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    antique car

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to complete projects in which you can take pride.
    Starting with a single, the MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: You simply need to cut and glue MICROBEAMS together, according to the plans. The resulting pieces are then assembled to create a 3D design. Finished car is 3 x 18.2 x 14 inches.

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    fire truck

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to complete projects in which you can take pride.
    Starting with a single, the MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: 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

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    gold rush train

    Thanks to the MATCHITECTURE technique, it's now possible to complete projects in which you can take pride.
    Starting with a single MICROBEAM, you'll create amazing constructions. MATCHITECTURE is an easy and exciting technique: 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

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    eiffel tower

    If you can't get to France this year, get a hands on experience by constructing the Eiffel Tower at home. Study the included plans, lay out the protective acetate work sheet, then start, cutting, trimming, and gluing the microbeams into place. Your  finished 3-D creation will stand approx. 24 inches tall / 60,9 cm tall.  

  • matchitecture glue
    120 ml /4 oz

    Matchitecture glue bonds the microbeams together forever.