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Anti Vomiting Pillow

The product, with a unique elevating mechanism, tackles vomiting after feeding. Lying on the pillow, babies can eat or rest comfortably. The situation where babies, when lying on their backs, experience gastroesophageal reflux or vomit can be averted by adjusting the number of interior pads. Besides, the product, acting as a bed in bed, can prevent mothers from turning atop babies when sharing a bed with them.

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Zulu Two Heir

The Prevelo Zulu Two Heir is a 16-inch hardtail mountain bike designed to help young cyclists ride on trails with confidence. The long wheelbase and slack geometry is forgiving to young riders that are still learning how to ride on trails. To help make the bike forgiving and easy to ride on trails, the design incorporates geometry with a low bottom bracket and slack headtube angle and features hydraulic disc brakes and a carbon and aluminum construction air fork designed specifically for 16-in wheels.

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Casualplay Kudu

KUDU presents irregular shapes and geometry in structure made of high strength deep drawn plate aluminum. This technology is innovative as all the other products on market are manufactured using aluminum extrusion. The main advantage lies in the simple lines, different geometry and the number of sub-assemblies, parts and joints of the pushchair that are kept to a minimum. Therefore, Kudu is very easy to recycle as the chassis only has 3 parts: Handle, front and rear assembly.

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Owl Chair

Japan is a country with limited access to land for development and natural resources and has developed a rich culture in the past years through the inheritance of a system which nurtures creativity. Furoshiki is the act of covering all forms of object by wrapping them with one piece of clot and Origami is the act of creating different shapes by folding a sheet of paper. With these examples of the Japanese traditions and cultural background in mind, we designed Owl Chair for kids.

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bird&berry collection

With bird&berry collection we tried to find a balance between parents and child's understanding of aesthetics. The collection combines simple elegance with functionality. Sloped lines are a reminder that nature doesn't think in straight lines thus evoking curiosity and imagination of little ones, to think outside the box and promote them to become in to an independent person. We were focusing on child's needs and the detail while crating every piece. Furniture made with love and attitude becomes something more than just a thing.

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Thea

MENUT is a design studio focused in kids design, with the clear objective of gapping the bridge with the one for adults. Our philosophy is to offer an innovative vision on the way of life of a contemporary family. We present THEA, a theatre chair. Sit down and paint; create your story; and call your friends! THEA's focal point is the back, which can be used as a stage. There is a drawer in the bottom part, which once opened conceals the backside of the chair and allows some privacy for the ‘puppeteer’. Kids will find finger puppets in the drawer to stage shows with their friends.

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