That’s right, this table was, unbeknownst to them, designed by a bunch of five-year-olds. Designer Quentin de Coster had a team of five year olds and thought “what better way to design something that young children can relate to than to have the children design it themselves?” And thus he spake to the kids: “draw me some tables and some doggahs.” And they did, and it was good.
All of the drawings drawn by the kids were interpreted and transformed into this intuitive dog-table amalgamation. It’s the kid size, it’s the kid shape. It’s even got a kid-container for all the drawing utensils and whatnot the kid is gonna use to draw all over the walls!
What a lovely form.
Designer: Quentin de Coster