The range is designed to optimize and rationalize production thanks to its standardized forms and its evolving nature that give to the collection an eco-design approach. The Asymetry collection evolves according to the new needs of the child. Based on the Montessori pedagogy, the Asymetry collection accompanies the child in his growth and guides him in his learning. The autonomy, the motor skills but also the imagination of the child are constantly soliciting. The Asymetry collection offers a range of products adapted to the needs of the child that will grow and evolve with him.
Two typologies of kits are designed. On one hand, side extension kits that add some functional elements following the continuity of the product and enlarge it in length. For example, the single shelf can become double or triple or can be combined with the desk because the assembly systems is identical on both products. On the other hand, vertical extension kits are designed in order to enlarge the products at the same time as the child is growing so the height and use are always adapted. These kits are the strength of the collection, from the design phase the principle of scalability has been integrated.
Always in this principle of scalability, the desk is designed to evolve with the child. For this, 4 heights are offered: 42cm for toddlers, 53cm then 64cm and finally 75cm which corresponds to a standard size of teenager and adult desk. In the same idea as the desk, the bench also offers different heights of sitting in correlation with the three higher heights of the desk: 31cm then 38cm and finally 45cm.
Composed of solid pine wood with MDF elements added. The woods are PEFC registered. It is available in natural varnish and 26 water based lacquers.
Laureate for the Balthazar Award "Best of Belgium" at Brussels Furniture Fair 2019
Winner for the Archiproduct Design Awards in furniture category, 2020
Laureate for the Fibres d'or Price in Product Innovation category, 2021
Winner for the SIT Furniture Design Award in Kids Furniture category, 2021