Yellow Yin Yang: Banana Moon by Agati

In grade school, little people tend to make immediate friends-and when they become best friends, they become inseparable. Children who are such fast friends may appreciate the new Banana Moon rocker by Agati, which comes with not one, but two reclining seats. The dual seats face opposite directions, so a duo can talk, laugh, and read together, all without losing sight of each other.

Banana Moon. Designed by Lonn Frye. Manufactured by Agati.

Dual Rocker for Cozy Kids

Yellow Yin Yang: Banana Moon by Agati

Designed by architect Lonn Frye as part of Agati's Friends+ Collection, Banana Moon is available in natural or yellow, with purple sling seats. The reclining chair gets its name from its resemblance to both a banana and a quarter moon. The curvy teardrop shape gives Banana Moon its rocking motion; this curve is repeated in the sling seats-all in all, the dual chair welcomes children with an embracing cradle design. Kids will love to climb right in with their favorite friend.

Banana Moon. Designed by Lonn Frye. Manufactured by Agati.

Besides the dual rocker known as Banana Moon, the Friends+ Collection includes Curly, Maggie, Pinky, and Gabby, wooden stools with cutout characters acting as seatbacks. The idea here is to make kid's furniture as fun and wondrous as their imaginations. Agati explains that "enthusiasm abounds when surrounded by the charming and delightful characters you'll love to call your Agati friends!"

About the Manufacturer: Agati manufactures furniture for clients in the education, hospitality, healthcare, and corporate markets. The company's pieces and collections "are tailored to meet the functional, aesthetic, and technological needs" of their diverse clientele. Started by Joe Agati in the 1970s, Agati designed the Agati Petro series, which is now part of the Chicago Historical Society's permanent collection. Known for their excellent customer service, Agati offers the option to modify their standard furniture "to convey each building's architectural message."

Posted December 10, 2011 by Alicita Rodriguez

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