Product DesignUbabub - Crib for Babies with a Special Aesthetic

Ubabub – Crib for Babies with a Special Aesthetic

Ubabub - crib for babies with a special aesthetic Natasha and Dabiel Dumais (7)

POD is a crib for babies, shaped as a cocoon, designed to provide enhanced safety and comfort to your child. It has appeared when Natasha and Daniel Dumais, two parents from Australia, unable to find furniture that would suit their taste, took the initiative to create their own furniture. Searching for a more modern design, the two have made a line of furniture and accessories ultra-safe, sustainable and ecologically friendly. In this way Ubabub was born.

Ubabub - crib for babies with a special aesthetic Natasha and Dabiel Dumais (1)

Having a particular and modern aesthetic, Ubabub pieces are carefully designed and constructed, bringing extra comfort and freedom for both children and parents. Part of the Ubabub furniture line, POD is a comfortable cot with smooth and rounded edges for a modern obvious look. The sides of the crib include innovative acrylic glass, with star-shaped cutouts allowing parents to see and check their baby. Pod is very simple to assemble, clean and maintain. As the baby grows, the crib can be converted easily into a junior bed. Natasha and Daniel Dumais have expanded their business and now they are selling Ubabub furniture in Australia, New Zealand and USA.

crib for babies with a special aesthetic Natasha and Dabiel Dumais (8)

crib for babies with a special aesthetic Natasha and Dabiel Dumais (6)

crib for babies with a special aesthetic Natasha and Dabiel Dumais (5)

Ubabub - crib for babies with a special aesthetic Natasha and Dabiel Dumais (4)

 

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