March 28, 2014

London-based artists and designers Jack Beveridge’s and Joshua Lake’s children’s furniture project turns childhood imagination and fantasy into reality.  Working with a class of 7-8 year olds, Beveridge and Lake asked each child to draw a chair, with little direction other than colored pencils and enthusiasm. The team then used these drawings to faithfully recreate the little artists' ideas as actual chairs. Each piece, according to Beveridge and Lake, is a unique exploration into “the untainted imagination of a child.” Check out the full project on Beveridge’s and Lake’s websites.