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Frank

Child Chair

David Taylor

The Frank child’s chair provides a uniquely inclusive design. Children’s versions have been a standard feature in public space for several decades, designating areas where parents and children can sit in comfort. The Frank child’s chair is a sturdy and stable design, made with feet that attach securely to the ground. Wooden laths stretching across the recycled aluminium frame form the seat and backrest, adding classic elements to the armchair’s contemporary shape. When the child’s chair is installed together with the bench and armchair, the three products create a furniture group that suits any park, playground or public area. The Frank child’s chair was launched at a time when the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was incorporated into Swedish law, mandating child-centred approaches in all public sector activities.

Dimensions and weight

Length: 35 cm
Width: 32 cm
Height: 55 cm
Height of seat: 31 cm
Weight: 8 kg

Materials

Mahogany.
Oiled Oak.
Cover-glazed Pine / Beech.


Frame in powder-coated, sand-cast 100 % recycled aluminum in Noir 2200 Sablé. Seat and back in painted pine light grey NCS S5502-B, oiled oak or oiled mahogany

Standard colours

NCS S 5502-B

Product number

Frank barnstol U19-29

Additional description number

A for painted pine in light grey.
E for oiled oak
MH for mahogany

Assembly and placement

Mounted.

Freestanding.
 Prepared for attaching to the ground.

Maintenance

Wood improvement is painted with alkyd paint in matching NCS colour. Oiled oak is advantageously oiled annually.

Maintenance advice

Variants

Painted pine, oiled oak, or mahogany.

Character

Child seat in recyclable aluminum.

Frank

Child Chair

David Taylor

The Frank child’s chair provides a uniquely inclusive design. Children’s versions have been a standard feature in public space for several decades, designating areas where parents and children can sit in comfort. The Frank child’s chair is a sturdy and stable design, made with feet that attach securely to the ground. Wooden laths stretching across the recycled aluminium frame form the seat and backrest, adding classic elements to the armchair’s contemporary shape. When the child’s chair is installed together with the bench and armchair, the three products create a furniture group that suits any park, playground or public area. The Frank child’s chair was launched at a time when the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was incorporated into Swedish law, mandating child-centred approaches in all public sector activities.

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Designers

David Taylor

With a background as en electrician, one can say that David Taylor has always had a deep understanding and care for lighting. Ever since graduating University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in 1999, where he studied metall design, Taylor has produced a broad range of products exhibited in public spaces such as Östermalmstorgs subwaystation, the National Museum, Eskiltuna’s art center and Röhsska Museum. Taylor has recieved both the RED DOT award and Elle Interior’s design award.