Prototype, high chair, ‘Nest’, polyethylene / metal, designed by Sally Dominguez, Bug Design, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2002, made by Mozzee Design, United Kingdom, 2004

Made 2004

Protoype of later modified version of child’s high chair in white polyethylene with a scooped out half shell seat with detachable tray with attachment points on top of the shell edges.

Summary

2005/185/1-2
Protoype of later modified version of child's high chair in white polyethylene with a scooped out half shell seat with detachable tray with attachment points on top of the shell edges.

Dimensions

810 mm

Production

The original 'Nest' and prototype shell (orange) made by Bug Design, Sydney; the final prototype version made by Mozzee Design, United Kingdom. The seat shell and tray made using rotation moulding technology. The column and tray of each chair is removable allowing the chair to be lowered for use by an older child.
2004

Cite this Object

Prototype, high chair, 'Nest', polyethylene / metal, designed by Sally Dominguez, Bug Design, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2002, made by Mozzee Design, United Kingdom, 2004 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 April 2017, <https://ma.as/371702>
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