Charlotte Dubois, an Industrial Design student at ECAL, created this unusual ladder as part of the school's partnership with Artek.
Her L Leg Ladder—which could serve as an escape ladder, but is intended as a climbing ladder for kids—uses a single repeating wooden component and a length of rope. It displays great outside-of-the-box thinking:
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I beg of you (and everyone) to stop posting every student project as "great design work".... let's be honest. There are no videos of this thing working. It looks like a pain in the ass to use, does not roll-up very small and it's not quick or cheap to setup.
Not everything is "Good Design Work".
Ummm, has anyone actually used it? I would wager $1 it's almost un-climb-able. The "L" shapes will tilt outward making it almost impossible to use as a foothold as your foot will just slide off the angled surface and if the bottom is not secured it will be even harder.
Edges look quite sharp and may be quite painful to use.
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