A Chair to Care for Premature Babies

A Chair to Care for Premature Babies

Furniture piece Embrace provides a private snuggle space for babies and parents, integral in the recovery of a growing child

Jason Brick
  • 12 november 2015

Premature babies are extremely delicate and require constant care from doctors and parents. Ricky Kloosterman, a Dutch Material designer, created Embrace. Embrace works as a furniture piece to assist with care for premature babies. Skin-to-skin contact holds critical importance for the children and when a parent holds them, they use Embrace as a way to maintain privacy.

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