An intriguing geometric shape with mathematical and aesthetic properties to amaze. It was discovered in 1929 by German sculptor, inventor and mathematician Paul Schatz. Although curved, an oloid moves in a perfect straight line. As it rolls the whole of it's surface touches the ground, and it's surface area is identical to that of a sphere with the same radius.
Expertly produced by Kuboid in Switzerland, each wooden oloid is unique with it's own grain and characteristics and available in three beautiful woods.