Dutch designer Frederik Roijé has designed a piece of furniture for children combining a chair, table and lamp.
"Children nowadays are growing up with iPads," Roijé told Dezeen. "I would like to stimulate the basic creative activities of reading, drawing, playing and writing."
Manufactured in the Netherlands, the chair is made from wood and has a polyamide fibre coating, typically used on the back of children's puzzles.
Described by as Roijé "huggable", the material is chosen to be soft and durable.
Frederik Roijé started his studio in Amsterdam in 2003 and specializes in interior and product design. We have also recently featured his collection of candle holders that look like bent pipes poking through the wall. See all our stories about design by Frederik Roijé »
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