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The bedroom set takes advantage of Hinoki cypress's natural anti-bacterial qualities which are perfect for a baby crib and full-sized double bed. The set also includes drawers as well as a rail guard. What makes the design unique is that the crib can be modified following the baby's growth and development. It can accompany the family from infancy to childhood by transforming from a crib into a toddler bed and later into a table or a sideboard with drawers. The crib suits different parenting styles and preferences (for instance, it can be a standalone piece or be adjusted to accommodate co-sleeping). With its versatile design and simple, clean style, the furniture can be used for generations.
The 'As We Grow' Kiso Hinoki Cypress Adult Bed & Baby Crib Set is designed by WOHA Architects, and produced by Tree to Green.
Adult bed: Bed Head Height 1050mm, Raise 200mm, L1980mm, W1530mm
Recommended mattress: Simmons Queen – W1520mm, L1900mm, D300mm
Baby crib: W1260mm, H900mm, D630mm
Baby crib base: W1260mm, H200mm, D630mm
Baby crib drawers (set of 2): W600mm, H170mm, D600mm
Recommended mattress: IKEA baby mattress – W600mm, L1200mm, D90mm
Material: Kiso Hinoki
*Does not include mattresses
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Wong Mun Summ and Richard Hassell are the Co-founding Directors of WOHA, an internationally-acclaimed architectural practice.
Mun Summ is currently a Professor in Practice at his alma mater, National University of Singapore. He has mentored students under NUS's Embedded Studio in Practice programme and anchored the University's MSc in Integrated Sustainable Design Masterclass since 2011.
Richard graduated from the University of Western Australia and was awarded a Master of Architecture degree from RMIT University, Melbourne, in 2002. He has lectured at universities around the world, and served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology Sydney, and the University of Western Australia.
In conjunction with WOHA’s installation at the 2016 Venice Biennale, WOHA will launch a new book, titled "Garden City Mega City", which shares strategies for the burgeoning mega cities of the tropical belt. In 2016, WOHA conducted a Design Studio at the Singapore University of Technology and Design.
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