Custom projects born in TocTocLAB are the result of the collaboration with enthusiastic people wishful for unconventional objects or pieces of furniture to share new playing experiences with their kids.
A 3 stories tree-house with a wonderful view on the surrounding countryside.
To enjoy it better from the inside a wall can be opened on the hills.
A rooftop terrace in shadow of the branches let you dominate the Po valley with the Alps in background.
Bunk bed for three
A space saver three storey bunk bed and wardrobe for three smart young boys.
220 x 200h.
Nest is a place to play, seat, sleep or read with friends or alone in a cris-crossed hammock system.
Nest is a unique-piece and was originally created for UNIKAT exhibiton during 2015 Graz Design Monat.
Father Moose tell me a story
310 x 210 cm (270 h.)
Father Moose is a place for kids to climb, seat, sleep, read, hide, store books or other objects and have a pacific and protective alaskan bull moose in his actual size as friend.
Father Moose is a unique-piece and was originally created for KidsRoomZOOM event at Milan Fuorisalone 2013
Water Landscape No.1
84 x 63 cm
This unique-piece was originally made for the exhibition "Little Art lovers" at stilwerk limited edition design gallery, Hamburg.
It is, in a more structured and evocative shape, the first version of Puddle.
A small portable wooden lake for interiors to play with "painting on the water". You can create dynamic and ever-changing drawings by dropping watercolours and softly blowing them on the surface. You can be a sailor too by blowing a gentle breeze to make small boats cross the lake and reshaping the landscape.
A loft bed for Ettore and Fausto
Two smart young boys have found refuge in their new tree-house which has given a new shape to their room.
They helped in assembling it with passion looking forward to climb on the tree tops.
It has an integrated wardrobe and a series of shelves which also give an alternative way up.
A loft bed for Maria
Maria loves freeclimbing and wanted for her room a rock-climbing bed for home training.
A climbing frame of birch plywood with a perforated grid gives chances to modify the climbing routes.
A climbing pole offers a fast descent with fun.
A stair of shelves gives an alternative easy way to go to bed.
A bookshelf for Olimpia
A young girl fond of surfing the waves of the ocean has got her piece of sea in her room in the shape of a vintage surfboard which turned into a bookshelf.
So she could hear the sea sounds while doing her homework.
A loft bed for Ada
A very tiny room is the place where a young "sleeping beauty" rest in a nest of tree branches.
The sun, setting in a soft red light trough the branches, says it is time to go to bed.
A chair for Emilia
A newborn princess was given an appropriate chair seat as a present by a woodworker fairy.