Mod Rocker 2005
Lisa Albin 2005
Awarded Honable Mention 2006 ID MAGAZINE ANNUAL DESIGN REVIEW
Displayed Guggenheim Storefront 2012
DesignReasons sells the Mod Rocker designed by Lisa Albin is appealing to a kid's interest in movement and we suggest the variations in the wood. The form of the Lisa Albin's Mod Rocker kids chair and its material invites kids to play, read or simply relax. Research indicates that kids often fidget in stationary chairs, the Mod Rocker's design provides a personal space rather than just a mere kid's chair. The rocking kid's chair gives an easy rock to mellow children, provides comfort while reading or playing and the space below is a secret place to store stuffed animals. Inspired by African stools that cup the body, the Mod Rocker kid's chair form is wide and low to the ground. Its sculptural shape is an aesthetic addition to any room in the home. The weight capacity exceeds 450 lbs. We also offer Mod Pads with a non-skid rubber underside for comfort and a shot of color.
Mod Rocker Pad key lime, perwinkle or cranberry
Clean Spot clean with brush, mild soap and water
Materials Molded ply construction, steel fasteners
Colors Maple veneer, clear finish $310, Maple veneer, cherry stain $310
Meets or exceeds the ASTM and Consumer Product Safety Commission standards for child safety. High durability for contract use.
Dimensions W16 1/4" x D 22 1/4" x H18 3/4"
Ages 1 1/2 to grown-ups
Colors Clear Maple and Cherry Stain Maple $310, Walnut Veneer $405 Pads $27