Concept & Design: Nico Schweizer
Prototyping: Martin Bernauer/Nico Schweizer
Date: ca. 2007
Red wooden doors slide open on both sides and the tractor vrooms straight through the barn to unload bales of hay for the cows. Then the folding roof flips up and out march the proud rooster, piglet and other beloved animals of the pint-sized farmers. The handy and simple tabletop model FarFar adds a rural accent alongside the urban flair of the other momoll models.
The form and function of FarFar take inspiration from the traditions of Norway and East Coast America – two parts of the world where designer Nico Schweizer has a personal connection. Simplicity and solid workmanship add to its cachet as marks of Swiss quality.
FarFar is easy to assemble and just as easy to take apart again. Plus when disassembled, it stores compactly if your children's interests migrate away from the barnyard for a few weeks.
The play barn consists of 10 parts and is manufactured in plywood and lacquered in non-toxic paint (EN 71).
Materials: birch plywood (lacquered), without glue or screws
EN 71 Norm for toys
Size (Box): 55 cm x 35 cm x 12 cm
assembled: 40 cm x 35 cm x 35 cm
Weight: 7,3 kg