The problem of this study is summarized in the difficulty of changing furniture units almost in short periods and providing suitable furniture for children in the stages of their lives that they are going through, because it is considered as an expensive material aspect that cannot be achieved by every family, as a result of the clear change in the stages of growth and physical change It aimed to show the degree of benefit from the synthetic units of children's furniture, and the study community reached nine laboratories in the city of Baghdad, and the sample was chosen in the intentional way, and the most important results were: Most of the models' bodies took the traditional shape in design, the primacy of the brown color for most of the models. The designs of some models are pluralistic (implicit) for more aesthetic than utilitarian purposes as in the models, and expressive characteristics of that age group were not available to design children's furniture that meets the child's desires and through which the aesthetic display of the body is made, but is limited to direct and explicit functional expression Coniferous wood was the highest in use in designing children's furniture.
Mahmood, Shahrayar Abdul Qader
"The Degree of Utilization of Modular Units in Children's Furniture and ways to develop their Designs.,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss3/12