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Rollable Ladder for Small Space Apartment

As someone who lives in small apartment, this Rollable Ladder would fit inside my small storage room. This project is a concept ladder inspired by cycle chain structure, the locking mechanism allows it to roll just like a chain unlike conventional ladders. The auto lock would keep the ladder stable and steady both when in upright position or rolled. It doesn’t require much space in your apartment.

Designer : Chacko T Kalacherry

Rollable Ladder by Chacko T Kalacherry

Rollable Ladder by Chacko T Kalacherry

Rollable Ladder by Chacko T Kalacherry

Rollable Ladder by Chacko T Kalacherry

Tuvie has received “Rollable Ladder” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Rollable Ladder for Small Space Apartment is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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