The 'Mori' Child Chairs are Intended to be Customized by Kids

By: Michael Hemsworth - Nov 30, 2016
References: h220430.jp & yankodesign
The 'Mori' child chairs are intended to be an interactive way for kids to have a little fun with a traditionally boring piece of decor. The 'Mori' chair consists of five portions that can be disassembled and reassembled into virtually any orientation a child desires. Inspired by a parable by Mori Motonari, the 'Mori' chair enables kids to learn about how intersecting pieces can be combined to create a final product that is stronger than the individual parts.

The 'Mori' child chairs require no tools, glue or screws in order to be assembled and can be intermixed and changed as children desire. This is thanks to the interlocking design of the various pieces that enable each one to intersect with another.