‘Nest’ highchair

Made by Mozzee Design Limited in United Kingdom, 2005.

The ‘Nest’ high chair was originally designed in 2002 and shown at DesignEX in Melbourne and 100% Design in London the same year. With its scooped-out plastic seat and detachable tray for babies and toddlers, the chair is also convertible to an all-purpose low chair for older children by removing the tray and the metal column supporting the seat. ‘Nest’s’ stylish ‘sixties’ look, practicality and stringent safety features, made it an immediate success and it subsequently won an Australian Design ...

Summary

Object No.

2005/228/1

Physical Description

Highchair, 'Nest', plastic / metal / nylon / paper, designed by Sally Dominguez, Bug Design, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2002-2004, made by Mozzee Design Limited, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England, 2005

Child's highchair, the seat a scooped-out polyethylene half shell with detachable tray supported on a column and circular pedestal base of powder-coated steel. The chair has a silver/grey nylon and plastic buckle harness. The harness consists of a waist strap, two shoulder straps and a crotch strap. The chair is adjustable to an older child's low chair by removing the metal supporting column.

Dimensions

Height

810 mm

Production

Notes

The highchair was designed by Sally Dominguez of Bug Design in Sydney between 2002 and 2004. Final version of the chair is made by Mozzee, a UK company. The polyethylene seat shell is made using rotation moulding technology.

Made

Mozzee Design Limited 2005

Designed

Dominguez, Sally 2002-2004

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 2005

Acquisition Date

28 October, 2005

Cite this Object

Harvard

'Nest' highchair 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 January 2018, <https://ma.as/354188>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/354188 |title='Nest' highchair |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=23 January 2018 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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