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Cima Ladder

Cima LadderThe new Cima Ladder is designed by Sergio Mahler and George Papadogiannis from Spain. I like this modern looking ladder but it appears that its design only allows it to be placed with its back to a wall, limiting its use. On the visual side, it does look very much like a giant toy for kids and this is neat.

It is a single component composed of a carbon fiber composite and it's super light, visually and physically. Weighing in at less than a kilogram, Cima is easily transportable but also extremely strong and able to support the weight of the user who climbs in the spirit and formation of climbing a tree.

Link & Image: Cima Ladder via Core77 & Random Good Stuff
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