1995 prototype

Material: moulded plywood, connecting pieces in rubber

Moritz is a chair for children initially designed for a kindergarten. It's a playful piece of furniture. With two connecting pieces in rubber the two plywood shells are easily assembled in various configurations, allowing for different sitting heights and angles.
Through its versatility Moritz becomes a prop that lets the children realise their ideas and imagined worlds in playful ways. Suddenly the stools grow into impressive castles, give shelter as mysterious caves, as speedy racing cars they are in pole position or as an adventurous caravan of camels they ride through the playroom desert.