Brief + Constraints

To create a flat pack design of a childs chair that could not use any glue, nails or screws for assembly; only wood to wood joinery methods.




By leveraging the method of "Kerfing" allowed the wood to bend organically. This enabled the chair to ship flat and assemble cylindrically.




The undulating asymmetrical form is partitioned by openings which allows children to interact with the design from different angles, but also adds more dynamic visual language.