Unless you grew up to become an architect, you're probably wondering if you wasted your toddler years playing with blocks when you could've been learning more valuable skills. But worry not—thanks to designer Scott Jones, anyone can put their longstanding block skills to good use with this lovely modular Bloc'd Sofa, which can be rearranged into countless seating configurations.
In lieu of more traditional foam cushions, the Bloc'd is made up of a series of soft cubes and other shapes that slot into a wooden grid frame. The unimaginative can assemble it into a traditional sofa with a raised backrest, but the various pieces can also be moved around and used to create armrests and even individual sections.
And of course, it goes without saying that stacking felt cubes is a far more stable way to engineer a cushion fort—you remember those impenetrable wood block castles from when you were a kid, don't you? [Scott Jones via The Awesomer]