Deceptively simple, yet highly creative and tactile construction toy
Invented using traditional Japanese concepts of wooden architecture and recycling.
Made in Japan for over 20 years. Winner of multiple Toy Awards and available across 25 countries in Europe, US and Asia.
Understand how these 7 simple parts can stimulate creativity and learning building simple 2D models and advanced 3D creations
My 5 year old daughter has always enjoyed construction toys, but LaQs have taken her love for building to a new level! We have the Sweet Collection... what is really good is that whatever she’s finished making, it’s sturdy enough for her and her 2 year old brother to play with it. We’re so happy with it, we’ll definitely be buying more sets!
— Kristie from Melbourne
Me and my daughter were very happy to bump into your pop-up store at Highpoint at Christmas time last year. The girls at the store were very helpful and friendly.
We purchased a Basic 2400 Colors kit. My daughter has enjoyed hours of time with creating many things from the great instructions and her imagination.
— Adrian from Caroline Springs
The children have been enjoying the opportunity to explore LaQ and their creations have already far surpassed my expectations. Some have been going home and telling their parents about a great new toy that we have at kinder!
The greatest benefit that I have seen has been that there is no restriction for them. They can opt to use the templates... or they can experiment with their own designs
— Kindergarten Teacher from Kew
I enjoy playing with LaQ because I can make anything and the possibility are limitless. My favourite creation is the helicopter and I'm currently working on a y-wing starfighter.
— Jude (10 years old)
You can make creative, fun, 3D objects with the LaQ pieces which are easy to assemble and take apart. The instruction booklets are easy to follow and you can use your imagination as well!
— Annabelle (11) and Timothy (8 years old)
It’s more fun and you can do so much more given the curved and 3D connectors
— Lisa (14 years old)