Designer Kunsik Choi created the furniture to facilitate emotional communication between between parents and their children

When it comes to choosing furniture, finding one that is both safe for young children and decorative can be challenging. Boida is a new baby seat designed to achieve both.

Created by designer Kunsik Choi, the Boida is a tastefully designed piece of furniture that can also accommodate a small child without the need to buy separate gear. When parents have to work, the baby can comfortably and safely sit in the attached chair. Choi calls when parents and babies are together around the Boida table an “emotional communion.” Furthermore, the proximity makes it easier for parents to keep an eye on what their child is doing. When the baby isn’t there, the space is also designed to double as a book or magazine storage area.

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