Cheese tray is a universal stacking surface made of plywood that can be mounted on bicycle racks, making it easy to transport large items safely in the cityor on the road.
The EASYRIDER II tool is based on a specific sponge-system, designed to help in the development of movement of multiply disabled children. Aims to work the muscles while providing an experience of play and joy for the kids – the colorful sponge-system also highlights this feature. However the tool is not only a toy, also allows the children to move independently.
The concept of the LDV DESK is inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci: the structure of the table consists of a complex, but easy-to-fabricate elements, which hold themselves together.
MAZE is an integrating toy, which aims to break down the barriers built by society towards people living with disabilities. By playing with MAZE both healthy and disabled children from a very early age (4-10 years old) gets the same experience, making no differentiation between them.
The seat design MEET is based on the movements and habits of waiting, resting or meeting: it’s form reacts to the needs of passing areas, where we are always between the state of being seated or standing, and none of these body positions last more than a few minutes.
The Poller Flower is a pillar-mounted, rotatable seating element, designed to make the “necessary bad” elements of public spaces (such as the anti-parking pillars) more attractive with an interactive solution.
The concept of the multi-functional furniture, porTABLE is based on the student lifestyle: it can be transformed and used as a table, armchair or a bed, and is easy to assemble and transport as well.
The UNOBSTRUCTED project is a groundbraking initiative in the world of accesible dressing that takes into account the clothing needs of people with reduced mobility. The contemporary collection of clothes integrate clothing and movement aids to make everyday life easier for people with mobility impairment.