TORONTO Stool Lets Kids Play Without Harming The Environment

Teach your kids to save the earth while they are young by letting them use the TORONTO Stool from IN-TENTA. The stool is made from waste cork and kid-friendly foam. Introduced as a new product at the 52° Salone Ufficio edition, an international design fair trade for contract and office in Milan, Italy by MADE DESIGN, Toronto Stool us also 100 percent recyclable making it not only kid-friendly but eco-friendly too.

Toronto Stool
Toronto Stool

Toronto Stool is not just your ordinary and eco-friendly piece of furniture because it also works double as a toy for your kids. Your little ones can transform the stool into something of their choice allowing them to develop and strengthen their fundamental skills including movement, manipulation and coordination. In this way, kids will grow in a fun and intuitive way. As a transformable piece of furniture and toy, the stool allows kids to assemble and disassemble as well as insert pieces as they play. Older children can also create their own scenario using the stool pieces, which will definitely help develop their psychomotor skills.
Toronto Stool
Toronto Stool

Produced by MADE DESIGN, a Spanish design oriented brand, Toronto Stool is a perfect furniture and toy for indoor spaces like indoor playground, libraries, kindergarten room and even in your own domestic play areas.

Toronto Stool

Source: In-Tenta

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