Leopard Print Highchair
Tired of that unsightly plastic highchair thatâ€™s a constant eye sore around your home? Say hello to the stunning leopard print, solid wood high chair. The solid Mora is hand carved with a shapely oval back and stunning embellishments on the four sturdy legs. The leopard area is high end vinyl that resembles leather. Vinyl allows for quick cleanup and is mildew and stain proof. A completely detachable tray allows for safe and easy loading and unloading. And a comfortable yet secure three point locking safety belt, guarantees that wiggly little bodies wonâ€™t slide out! Safe, comfortable and easy on the eyes, a must have for trendy, in the know parents! Custom made when you order it, on poshtots.com for $885.
And then you get a visit from a fellow Blog Catalog member, M2JL :: STUDIO who is a designer herself and maintains a blog M2JL :: STUDIO Blog that pointed me to this stylish:
Rocking Baby Lounger from Bloombaby
Rocking Chair with Craddle
Luxist drew my eye to Scott Morrison, the master of the Rocking Chair.
Here I updated a 1700’s style Windsor Nanny Rocker using Sam Maloof’s Classic Rocking Chair design as a basis. I wanted to add interest by creating different shapes for the cradle’s base and its rail. That is, the rail follows the shape of the base (as seen from above) as well as having a shape of its own moving up and down (as seen from the front). A unique side-effect and challenge of this design would then be to create spindles that would connect the asymmetrical shapes of the base and the rail.
The spindles must therefore be duplicated in a uniform manner along the cradle base, while also being dynamically sized to accommodate the bi-directional flow of the rail.
Federica Cavallin made this model of Gerrit Rietveld’s 1919 Kinderstoel (Child or Baby Chair) as part of her study. Her sites has disappeared since publishing this post.
Red Blue Rietveld Chair (Photo Moma)
ZigZag by Jenner
Dutch architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld after whom the Amsterdam art school Gerrit Rietveld Academie has been named, designed the Red and Blue (in 1917) and Zig Zag (in 1932) chairs which are world famous.
Red-Blue and Zig Zag are still being produced by Cassina in their Master “I Maestri” Series.
In 2004 a grandson and a great grandson of Gerrit have formed a company Rietveld by Rietveld to start again with the production of several of Gerrit’s furniture designs, because as they say: There is more to Rietveld than the Red-Blue and ZigZag only: All in all there are 215 Rietveld furniture designs. So there remains a lot to do for them.
I tried to find a flashier photo of ZigZag on the web, but found this photo of Edward Jenner, a Dutch architect who after obtaining the book “How to construct Rietveld furniture” made his own ZigZag. Although it is not the nicest photo, I believe his ZigZag copy is very much how Rietveld himself would have made it. In addition I adore the Rietveld Babychair copy Jenner made for his daughter:
Rietveld Baby Chair by Jenner