Kristian Vedel was one of the first architects that took children’s furniture seriously and designed furniture in a simple, modern style, and still created on the premise of the child. The Child’s Chair is not just a copy of the “grown-up” furniture, but an unique creation taking point of departure in the various ways a child can move and use the furniture for playing as well as sitting.
The adjustable child's chair is a semi-circular bent plywood form, with horizontal cut outs to accommodate adjustable pieces of laminated plywood. The adjustable pieces are held in place by tension, resulting in a perfect design for a child’s chair, without using any screws nails or bolts.
Vedel's chair can be arranged in various configurations, depending on whether a chair, table or highchair is desired.