IKEA Vehicle Toy Kit is a set of standardised parts that enable parents and children to transform a common IKEA swivel chair into a child-sized truck or helicopter. It consists of designed-cut cardboard and a set of 3D printed connectors that form a three-dimensional structure - the body of the vehicle. With a simple construction process the kit produces a vehicle toy that encourages children to develop a sense of construction, imagination, and mobility.
osition: M.S. Candidate of Creative Interaction Design Lab in Department of Industrial Design, KAIST - Education: B.S Department of Industrial Design, KAIST (2014) - Country: Republic of Korea - Areas of Interest: User experience design, Design for empowering people - Experience: Project manager of BridgeCall (2014) - Qualities: UI/UX design for web/app, Service designmore
Kim Hanbit: - Position: M.S. Candidate of I2DEA Lab in Department of Industrial Design, KAIST - Education: B.S Department of Industrial Design, KAIST (2015) - Country: Republic of Korea - Areas of Interest: 3D sketching, Working-model prototyping - Experience: Worked as a lecturer for prototyping course in National Science Museum (2013-2014) - Qualities: 3d modeling and physical prototyping,more
Juan Montalvan: - Position: M.S. Candidate of Human Centered Interaction Design Lab in Department of Industrial Design, KAIST - Education: B.A. Industrial Design, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru(2011) - Country: Peru - Areas of Interest: Human Centered Design, Human-Robot Interaction, Philosophy of Design - Honors & Awards: •Finalist - Red Dot Design Award: Design Concept 2012 •Finalist - National Competition of Design and Crafts 2012 •1st Prize - Food Truck Design Competition 2011 •1st Prize - Exposition Stand Design Competition 2010 -Experience: •Lecturer, Industrial Design Department at Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (2012-2013) •Cofounder of MASI Studio, a design consultancy based in Lima, Peru (2009-present) - Qualities: Product Design, Concept Design, Interface Design, Theoretical Studiesmore
This table turns assembling your child’s furniture into a game you play together