Australian-based designer Chris Byrne started Left Hand Make in 2004 and introduced the ‘small one’ range of furniture for children. He has designed a chair and table that pack flat, and are assembled with clever mortise-and-tenon joints that require no adhesives and create strong, lasting joins. Both pieces of tiny furniture have soft, rounded forms which, according to the designer, are evocative of animal forms. I’m not sure I see the animals, but that doesn’t make the furniture any less beautiful. The real selling point for me are those great joints; they give the this collection great character and solid construction. Considering the apparent quality of the pieces, they are reasonably priced starting at about $140 USD for the small one chair.
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