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Nika Chair

The task set by Herman Miller was to design a personal and enriching piece of furniture that would be utilised by rural school children. Many of these children travel great distances to school every day and are not guaranteed a seat in their classroom. This means that they usually end up sitting on the floor.

These children also move in and out of their classrooms, often being educated outside because of the severe heat indoors. The piece of furniture had to be adaptable to these changes and had to be capable of withstanding amplified weather conditions.

I approached this task with a mindset to ensure that children would have their own seat.

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Freelance, Full-time
Fraser Leid
Industrial Designer London, United Kingdom