Tamago By Merci Design

Resources for recycling things is really endless, Latvian designers from Marci design has again showed their resourcefulness with the use of a recycled paper pulp to create a various wonderful and useful children’s furniture. This furniture called Tamago (Japanese word for egg) was presented at the DMY Youngster in Berlin. It has seven different educational shapes that can be combined to forms a series of letters and numbers. Tamago has soft tounded edges making it safe to children. It also is lightweight so that kids can easily transfer it from one place to another. Its non-toxic materials and ergonomic design made the Tamago a perfect educational furniture for your kids.

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Tamago

Source: Tamago via Dezeen


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2 Comments

  • Hi,

    Is there a link for the designer's website or can you tell me where I can get the recycled paper pulp used for this kind of furniture?

    • @James : hi, the designer's website is this : http://www.tamago.lv/, we saw this product from dezeen, perhaps you can contact them for more information.

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