Adaptable furniture is in high demand, especially when usability is time-sensitive. This desire is most potent in the world of the children's room. Belgian designer Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte, however, attempts to address this with Altezza — a piece of multi-functional furniture that is expected to "grow and adapt with your child."
The product is very much a "central piece in a growing child's bedroom." The pinewood frame is made to be sturdy, while the four ladders offer a certain kind of functionality. Moreover, the adaptable furniture features "three lengths of Batyline fabric that can be reconfigured again and again."
The entirety of Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte's concept is centered around the child's essence, its dream-like consciousness and the need for freedom.
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