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05. 10. 2007

Stephen Procter's award-winning new line


As New York Mom, if there's one thing I appreciate it's compact baby furniture, especially if it's as stylish as this! Last month in Milan, German magazine Design Report presented its coveted "most promising newcomer award" to designer/dad Stephen Procter, for his line of collaspable kid's products. With their elementary forms and sleek white finish, these beauties certainly embody modern minimalism. On the practical side, I'm not sure if the high chair adjusts or if the stroller could handle New York potholes, but I may sacrifice for convenient storage (as well as for the fabulous look)! Unfortunately they're just prototypes, so it will be a bit before I can test them out. Will keep you posted.


Via Kidsmodern.

Posted by Justine    Category: furniture
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Ha! I LOVE that pushchair; it's like something out of a cartoon. Though I see that you sacrifice a lower basket in the cause of minimalism.

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