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Industrial Design 2014 : Graduate Works
David Boreda, Trans 4m
, 2014, Graduated 2014, Industrial Design

An object that changes its shape and function in accordance with the infant's age and abilities. During a baby's first years, the young parents are required to acquire many products, many of which lose their relevance after a few months. I set out on the project with the principles of preventing unnecessary spending and excessive consumption, and in the attempt to help the young parents.
I created a kit of several parts which can be used to assemble four different products, according to the child's age: in the baby's first months it can be used to build a crib; at six months, when the baby sits independently and eats solids, the product can be changed into a high chair; at 18-24 months, when the toddler has the mental and motor skills for painting and craft works, the product will serve as a crafts corner, with a low table and chair; the last product, aimed at encouraging social skills, will be a two-person swing chair.
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Advisor: Prof. Shmuel Kaplan

David Boreda
Graduated 2014
Trans 4m