2021 / Education / Classroom Design / Professional

Dida Chair, Federico Giner

  • Prizes
    Winner in Education/Classroom Design
  • Company
    Alegre Design, Spain
  • Lead Designer
    Marcelo Alegre
  • Design Team
    Marcelo Alegre
  • Client
    Federico Giner
  • Project Link
  • Other credit
    Photos By: Pablo Bosch

A Timeless chair for active learning.

Dida gets its name from the concept of «didactics» and was created to streamline learning and support the active learning methodologies of the present and of the future.

It represents a new step in the collaboration between Alegre Design and the manufacturer of school furniture, Federico Giner, and aims to provide a solution for the future needs of education: mobility, hygiene and well-being. It is a cross-disciplinary product for educational environments that ensures correct posture at all times.

Bio
We inspire change through design. The market and society are constantly changing, as are we. We create products and experiences, providing value and innovation while creating new future for people.

For twenty years we have faced new challenges in product design on a daily basis. This has resulted in collaborations of great diversity in industrial sectors worldwide. This experience, acquired in each project, allows us to transfer knowledge between industries and cultures.

Other prizes
2020 - Trim | Actiu - German Design Award 2019 - Noom | Actiu - European product Design Award / FX International Interior Design Award 2019 - Talent | Actiu - FX International Interior Design Award 2018 - TNK Flex | Actiu - German Design Award / Archiproduct Design Award 2018 - Hip Chair | Sunon - A Design Award (Gold) / Good Design Award 2012 - TNK A500 | Actiu - Red Dot Design Awards 2009/2011 - Onna | Cata - IF Product Design Award / ADCV Silver / Selection: Designpreis Deutschland 2009 - Plek: Actiu - Red Dot Design Award / Selection: FX International Interior Design Awards, Delta Awards and Design Preis 2008 - Stormflow | Simex - FAD Prize

Photo Credit: Alegre Design
Credits: Photos by: Pablo Bosch