Launching at this week’s Imm Cologne furniture fair, German children’s desk manufacturer Moll has unveiled an adjustable chair that is designed to grow with the user.
The MollS7 combines ergonomics with customisable design to rethink the swivel chair – a separation between the seat and backrest allows for varying seating heights and depths for youngsters of all ages and sizes. The upholstery is also removable, washable and replaceable, while an integrated bag hook adds further practicality.
The company – which was the first to invent the adjustable-height children’s desk in the 1970s – is the industry leader among a growing number of astute brands creating toys and furniture with longer product lifespans. See also the debut children’s furniture collection from Dot & Cross for further inspiration.
We spotlighted the ecological, cost-effective and space-saving benefits of modular and multifunctional products that adapt and grow with a child in Growing Up Green. For a look at how this demand for adaptable furniture for flexible living spaces is extended to the wider family, see The Evolving Domestic Landscape from our Modern Family Macro Trend.
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