Let’s put nature back where we can feel it with our fingers
The most distinguishable formal feature in Flowerssori tables is their clear-cut lines and formal simplicity. The beauty of the material, white ash rolled out into a single leaf, is exalted by the shape of the object, allowing light to engrave upon it the sensorial perception of its physical limit. The table is composed of a single element, a perfectly horizontal top which curves inward at its extremities. This becomes a base against which the child’s back may rest if s/he sits at the short side of the table, this bodily contact also favouring a precious encounter with the material substance of the wood.
The added value of a project of furniture for children is that its characterising elements, if rotated, can become other objects and create new functions.
This is how the Flowerssori bench with backrest was born!
By simply stacking the chairs through our stacking system and then rotating it on its base, you easily obtain a comfortable, stable and ergonomic bench.
The obvious result is that no precious portion of space is sacrificed by being turned into a chair-stocking area – the chairs may actually be stacked even more compactly, to the point that twice as many chairs and side tables/stools may be placed in exactly the same space. In fact, with exactly the same number of Flowerssori pieces you can furnish different spaces in a dynamic and versatile fashion.
BENCH WITH BACKREST CAT 2 made of rotary cut veneered ash wood and beech, class “0” glue, PEFC and FSC forest management certification, 99% antibacterial coating.
The diversity and uniqueness of the colours are due to the rotary cut of the ash wood. The coating, which is compliant with European standards, is stain and scratch resistant.
Craftmanship, pedagogy and aesthetic: the perfect formula
There is an extraordinary high percentage of craftsmanship in the production of these objects, which makes them quite unique. Simple, functional and beautiful, they reinstate a lately forgotten element of children furniture: drawers. Drawers are fundamental in the Montessori Method as they help the child to exert his/her memory, causing him/her to remember the exact location of objects.
Dimensions: 92cm x 45cm x 104cm.
Light reflects on the curves of this unique bookshelf in such a way that the edges become visible, though just perceptible. All of the child’s senses become involved in a game suggested by the tangible reality of nature. Moreover, when the child is asked to clean the surface, the sensation he will feel under his fingers will be of that of a living material that has been fashioned into a dynamic and unusual shape.