The Tink Things Furniture is Made to Help Kids Explore Tactile Learning

By: Misel Saban - Feb 9, 2016
References: benussiandthefish & core77
The Tink Things line of furniture is a series of chairs designed specifically for children to help improve their tactile learning through sensory. The chairs are engineered to create a therapeutic environment for kids as they interact with the space and play around them.

The chairs offer a mixture of play and functionality that is best suited to help cultivate the imagination through exploration. The seat offers two sitting settings with one being a relaxed chair for lounging and the other an egg chair for added seclusion and alone time.

According to the project's overview featured on Core77, the design focus of the brand relies on the the notion that "...fine motor skills and complex mental processes may well develop only on the basis of good sensory processing."