Coral, blue, in its purest state, with or without a cushion: how do you like your Tripp Trapp? The mythical creation by the brand Stokke must have set off a lot of thoughts. Design object in its own right, its minimalist curves which adapt to any environment has made it a best seller. The kind we collect and we like to customise as much as possible, when we want it. The experts will be seduced this autumn. An exclusive piece, numbered and with the signature of its creator, made in 4.000 copies. They are unique and desirable objects made in two hues of matt varnish – light or dark – and especially made for this collection in order to highlight the quality and the wood structure. Yes, 10.000.000 copies sold all over the world are worth celebrating! Designed in 1972 by Peter Opsvik, the iconic seat celebrates its 45th anniversary this autumn. Its parent company, Stokke, highlighted this symbolic celebration through Stokke Stories, a space dedicated to the concept and uses of this emblematic high chair. Symbol of the Norwegian brand, it’s been a long time since the moment the chair has appeared in the houses of the Socialite Families, the members of which, such as Nadine Richter and Fanny Millet, offer a variety of ways to use it. Characterized by a revolutionary design, the Tripp Trapp crosses the years with one and only goal: give priority to the parents-child connection, while the latter is growing up. How long it is since Tor, Peter Opsvik’s son, wriggled on his chair, unconfortable since there was not enough support! Now, the system of removable boards his father created is seen as a reference. It was displayed in the MoMa in New York in 2012, and then in the Arts Décoratifs in Paris during the design festival D’Days in June 2016. This recognition is deserved since the brand has never stopped questioning itself, willing to give the best in terms of quality and safety to every family in the world.
Design object in its own right, its minimalist curves which adapt to any environment has made it a best seller.