Mark Boyer

Block.210 by Jessica Arosenius is a Playful Coffee Table For Parents and Children

by , 05/13/12
filed under: green furniture, Inhabitots

Jessica Arosenius, Block Table, Block.210, coffee table, “Play in Progress”

One of the challenges for parents with young children is having kid-friendly objects in your house without making your home feel too much like a nursery. As part of the Masterprogram Child Culture Design at HDK in Gothenburg’s “Play in Progress” exhibit, Swedish design student Jessica Arosenius showed off Block.210, a coffee table that’s meant to intrigue both parent and child. The surface of the table composed of 210 wooden blocks, which should help fuel your kid’s creativity and imagination. And when they’re done playing, the blocks can be quickly restored to form a flat surface that can be used for entertaining.

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  1. Ovadesign May 14, 2012 at 5:38 am

    Nice project, simple and usefull !
    I would like to suggest to have a look on our bespoke coffee table “Avo’jeux” with intercheangable game table top. http://www.ledito.com/table-basse-sur-mesure-avo-jeux.html?___store=en

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