Han Ji-Hye and Petit Elin collaborate to create the new Harper’s Table Chef The Smart—an eco-friendly, realistic “pretend toy” with smart functions that satisfy an infant’s five senses and mom’s romantic dream.
The Harper’s Table Chef The Smart’s design has been awarded a 2020 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
The separable kitchen table and refrigerator make infant’s room to use more effectively.
It is a key function of Chef the Smart that the sensor light which detects vibration turned on and can see inside if infants knock on the front panel of the refrigerator.
Two-sided kitchen table can develop an empathic ability and creativity through open-type kitchen play that facing with mom and daddy.
In addition, it is possible to play with induction and built-in water purifier with sound and light.
And the wheels help to move easily on the floor.
The modern colors and kitchen top of the pattern represent the luxury of the kitchen interior.
It is designed based on safety standards such as using flat screws, door gap less than 5mm, back holes for breathing, and light housing structure so that children can play safely.
Project: Harper’s Table Chef The Smart
Designers: Han Ji-Hye, Petitelin Product Design, Petit Elin Co., Ltd.
Manufacturer: Petit Elin Co., Ltd.