Funny Trioli Chair for Kids

I admire kids because they are so open and creative and they have tremendous amounts of imagination. That happens because they do not know what a thing is usually used for, so they use it for whatever purpose they have at the moment. So in this case our knowledge does not serve us, adults, too much. They use cardboard boxes as stools and everything else as a tool. This is the basic principle for creating this Funny Trioli Chair for Kids. The chair was designed by Eero Aarnio for Trioli and received many awards. What is really interesting about this chair is the fact that it is perfect for kids, adjusting to their way of thinking, so it can be used in many ways.

Children can use the chair standing up as a normal chair where they sit and play or eat or do whatever activities they enjoy. But they can also turn it on the side and use it as a stool or a play area. It is very comfortable either way. There is also a useful handle at the back so kids can grab it and transport the chair easily where they want it to. This handle can also serve as a grip if you use the chair as a rocking chair. Any way, this Trioli chair is made of Polyethylene  in Italy and the material used is easily molded. It is also water proof, so you can use the chair outdoors, too. The item can be purchased from Fab for $335.

Published by in Kids, on September 19th, 2012


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