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By using a hundreds of years old tradition from the Hungarian folklore I redesigned the Lucy’s chair to create a stool for children (and for young people also) with the message of the slow design and the consciousness of nature. The chair could be fully assembly within 13 days from 13 different types of wood similar to the tradition, but the whole building process could be exciting and stimulating learning because of a little playfulness added to the package: just like Advent calendars, you have to open a numbered window per day to get access to the component needed for the actual build step.
Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest