Activ3 (Stroller) by FABIO REZZONICO
2017 - 2018, Platinum A' Baby, Kids' and Children's Products Design Award Winner
ACTIV3 is a 3 wheels stroller with sporty but elegant line, which improves parents/children connection thanks to the transparent surface on its top. Big wheels improve stability and overcoming of obstacles, reducing the effort needed to move the stroller; their design is inspired by the rims of luxury sport cars, with strong metal arms and a colored spring that resembles a real shock absorber. The stroller can go along the growth of the baby, from toddler until child, thanks to the interchangeable seats that satisfy every situation.
Aim of the project was to focus on the users, both parents and children, and their requirements. Parents needs are fulfilled with a simplified closing system; pockets for storage are located on the main handle to ensure a safe place where to put personal belongings, and a huge basket is placed below the seat. Most important, contact with children can be kept all the time thanks to the transparent surface on the top covering. On children's perspective the seat results soft and comfortable, embracing the kid and giving the feeling and warmth of a hug. It protects from the elements but gives a view of it, creating an atmosphere of security and love.
Design Challenges
FABIO REZZONICO did not encounter any design challenges while designing the award winning Activ3 Stroller.
Production Technology
From an engineering point of view, the Activ3 Stroller by FABIO REZZONICO is a good example of a highly-developed project.
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