Designers Construct Chairs Based On The Whimsical Drawings By Children
London-based designers Jack Beveridge and Joshua Lake have started the ‘Children’s Furniture’ project, where they have constructed chairs from drawings done by children.
The designers said: “We wanted to explore the untainted imagination of a child. A class of 7 to 8-year-olds designed their vision of a chair, we made them into reality.”
They held a class at St. John’s Church of England Primary School in Kingston, Surrey, and gave each child a piece of paper and asked them to draw a chair. The duo then took it upon themselves to transform the drawings into reality.
The result are wacky, whimsical, out-of-this-world chairs that look exactly like its original drawings. A total of 27 chairs will be eventually produced.