Thursday, 3 January 2013
Japanese designers h220430 have designed a chair that can be put together by a child. Made from a single piece of EVA, the chair is inspired by the Japanese art Furoshiki, in which a single piece of cloth is wrapped to create a new form.
h220430 created the chair so that childrens' creativity can be fuelled from a young age. Bought deconstructed, there is no need to use tools and there are no additional parts, so children can experiment and have fun creating the chair themselves.
For more examples of this type of product, WGSN-homebuildlife subscribers can read our trend report on User-Friendly Assemblage.