This Flowerssori chair has been designed for children between 0 and 3 years old: it has certain qualities that make it truly different from the alternatives on the market. Made exclusively from wood and using formaldehyde-free glue, this chair allows the child to be supported during his first movements. Its curve allows the child to slide down gently, thus gaining the correct posture. The side handles allow the child greater stability, until motion control and balance are not perfected. The Flowerssori chairs perfectly interpret the needs and pedagogical aspects of the Montessori environment, simultaneously producing a contemporary evolution of its design.
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.
A footboard, a head board and two side panels which look like a cat’s face connect to a foundation module through linking elements made of leather and wood. This cradle is easy to assemble and is made entirely of natural renewable substances, to embody the idea of a dynamic future, and growth.
The cradle is the first design element to enter the new family.
This cradle, which resembles a flower already shares the elements of the Flowerssori bed that grows gradually with your child.
By removing the foot board, the cradle turns into a versatile small sofa, where the child can find a comfortable corner in which to read and rest: from 0 to 100 years!
DIMENSIONS: 72cm x 110cm. H from ground up (no mattress): 30cm
Transpiring, fireproof mattress included, H.5cm.
The mattress has removable lining and is machine washable.
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.