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Led Zeppelin – Not the Band, The Ladder!

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:27 AM
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by Jaime last modified Oct 28, 2011

Latvian designer Arthur Analts created a step ladder called Led Zeppelin (an obvious nod to Stairway to Heaven) that solves a problem – getting into corners. Led Zeppelin can be placed in three different positions: leaned straight against the wall, placed 45° against the room corner or 25° against the corner. There are also special [...]




 

 

Led Zeppelin   Not the Band, The Ladder!

Latvian designer Arthur Analts created a step ladder called Led Zeppelin (an obvious nod to Stairway to Heaven) that solves a problem – getting into corners.

Led Zeppelin can be placed in three different positions: leaned straight against the wall, placed 45° against the room corner or 25° against the corner. There are also special cuts at the end of the ladder steps to hang a dusting cloth or put tools. It also has rubber pieces added at the both ends of the ladder to add extra safety and to prevent the ladder from slipping.

Led Zeppelin   Not the Band, The Ladder!

Led Zeppelin   Not the Band, The Ladder!

Led Zeppelin   Not the Band, The Ladder!


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