Edgy’s theme can be found in the 80s cult game Tetris, based on the idea of tetrominos (geometrical figures, which consist of four individual cuboids), which have to be cleverly combined with each other on the screen. And Edgy follows this idea; colourful, geometrical cuboids build the basic corpus which can playfully and easily be turned into ever changing combinations. With Edgy, it was important to us to find the middle ground between a clear, constructive design and an approachable and cosy aura paired with the maximum of flexibility. With Edgy, we wanted to show everyone that there is no contradiction in that, but that it mirrors the needs of society today.
That’s why Edgy doesn’t seem to be too square, as its name or the association with the tetronimos may suggest.