Child's chair by KihoSuh is made without adhesive and nails!
Mar 19 2012
Designer: Kiho suh (Providence, RI, USA)
‘Kiho Suh’, in collaboration with ‘Erica Pernice’ and ‘Paul Wu’ crafted a child's chair which is very unique in its design. This chair was designed keeping in mind the kids of age group from five to eight years. It was made only with a 48"x80" Cardboard. The main concerns of the designer were comfort, safety, functionality and sturdiness making it suitable and useful for places like kid’s room, schools, library etc.
Child's chair by KihoSuh
The main concern of the designer was the comfort, safety, functionality and its sturdiness. This chair is very useful for the places like kid’s room, schools, library etc.
For the amazing fact, designer did not use any adhesive material during its construction. Even made from cardboard, it can easily bear the weight of children without being tipped.
This chair is made by joining 17 different cardboard parts without using any adhesive. It is fitted together with slots and slabs. Kids can use it while watching T.V., reading books or while eating. It gives children enough safety, as it seems to be adjoined with two chairs, supporting from two directions. It also provides good posture to kids while watching TV because it is made to keep legs on ground. Truly, a wonderful design for kids!