The Child’s Chair was designed by Kristian Vedel, who was one of the first architects to take children’s furniture seriously. It showcases a simple, modern style that takes into account the child’s needs.
Speaking about his design, Vedel said: “My goal was to create a combination of a child’s chair and a toy, which would appeal to children’s imagination and their varying physical and psychological needs.” Vedel’s Child’s Chair is a tool that allows the child to develop its motorical skills during play. It is not only colourful and flexible, but it is also made out of strong plywood, which makes it almost impossible to break, giving the child endless freedom to play with it as much as possible.
The adjustable slots allow for greater flexibility, as they can be positioned however desired or completely removed, so the child can rock or crawl through the chair. The bigger panel can also function as multifunctional table, where the child can eat, draw