After the warmth of the maternal womb, the cradle is the place where the baby will spend most of his time during the first months of his life – the place where he will gradually awaken to the world. Charlie Crane has therefore designed the KUMI as both a reassuring cocoon and a space open to the outside world.
The design of the KUMI merges tradition and modernity. It retains the age-old lateral swing, a delicate movement that helps babies fall asleep, while sketching minimalist and contemporary lines, thanks in particular to the laces that surround it, giving it both lightness and security.
During assembly, parents tie the cords themselves. A gesture with high emotional value since it is a question of participating in the construction of the nest of his child.
Several colors of laces are available. A range of mattress protectors and fitted sheets are available as options.
This version with the Desert laces and the coconut fiber mattress will emphasize the softness of the child’s cocoon.