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Growth Table To Accommodate The Whole Family

Thu, Oct 11, 2012 | Desks, For ages | By julia

Growth Table by designers Tim Durfee and Iris Anna Regn is the first family-sized drawing table that we’ve seen — and it’s truly inspiring. One of the main intentions behind the design of Growth Table was to create an instant and inter-generational community united by the simple act of drawing. Since kids spend such a great deal of time at a desk, to either do homework or pursue creative endeavors, this unique furniture presents an opportunity for a child to be engaged and nurtured in a group setting, as opposed to being isolated at a miniature table or desk of their own. In one overcast evening the Growth Table will allow the whole family to remember their countless hours of shared art-making.

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  1. Halen Says:

    Lovely design, One time investment for the whole family :)

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