Italian brand Kartell has taken their clever aesthetic and brought it to a genius collection for children aged three to eight that launched during Salone del Mobile 2016. Kartell Kids is full of colorful, playful designs that will even make the grown ups jealous, which seems only fair since the adults have always had cool, modern stuff, right? Just like their regular designs, they enlisted some of the top designers in the world for the launch, including Nendo, Ferrucio Laviani, Piero Lissoni, and Philippe Starck. Take a look!
Piero Lissoni designed the Discovolante car and the Testacalda tractor out of methacrylate and a metal structure proving that not all riding toys have to be made in cheap, disposable plastic.
Also from Nendo, the Smile stools comes in a range of fun shapes and colors with an adorable smile right on the seat.
From Ferruccio Laviani, ClipClap is a table made of colorful, transparent blocks that can be stacked and arranged to change the height and look of the table. You can choose from a transparent or blackboard finish for the tabletop.