Sensorics plays a special role in the design and production of children’s furniture line and makes ILUSI furniture not only functional objects, they go one step further and help children to explore the world through touch and discover a new dimension of creativity.
The SENSO series was created in order to prove that furniture can enjoy a unique design strongly influencing the senses – therefore we base the design process on sensorics, providing the youngest users with stimuli and tactile sensations that they have never experienced before. This is an innovative approach in the furniture industry.
The furniture is made very precisely, from natural and environmentally friendly materials.
We are proud to admit that the collection from the TATTO series won first prize and the title of Good Design 2018 during the Good Design Forum in Warsaw.
Teddy's collection is full of bears. Eeach is different, though being child-friendly. One big, one tiny, one concave, one convex. One thing is certain! With each of them, your little one can say hello by grabbing its nose, stroking its tummy. This three-dimensional, sensory front stimulates the senses, supporting the development of the youngest users of furniture. We know very well that Teddy Bears and your baby will love each other!
Stomp stomp stomp stomp! Here comes the hedgehog. A beautiful little hedgehog with a convex muzzle and rounded needles. You can count them, we promise they do not sting. These attracting, sensory fronts are all you want to touch. Getting to know shapes is pure pleasure, a big dose of development and fun. Why don't you invite these forest animals to your house?
One, two, three - you count! All the elements that landed on the fronts of our furniture introduce children to the world of numbers. Through play, the child interacts with furniture, learns different arrangements, proportions, dependencies and learns to count by adding new elements. The details developed in detail arouse the curiosity of the youngest, successfully performing a decorative and educational function.
This time the butterfly won't fly away. Your little one can slowly learn its shape. Delicate wings, thin feelers - the elusive butterfly has been tamed. Sensory fronts encourage development, opening the child to new shapes, first words and letters.
The piggy looks shy from the front. Will you invite her to your child's room? This pet arouses the curiosity of the youngest, and gives the children's rooms a joyful character. The collection is particularly appreciated by parents who like minimalist design.
The round owl sits and peeps. It invites you to play! Learn about its shape, convexity and concavity, big eyes, a little cap and a hidden word. The sensory front will stimulate your child's development, because it's an owl - a wise head!