Swedese Heaven Step Ladder - Huset Shop - 3
Swedese Heaven Step Ladder - Huset Shop - 1
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Swedese Heaven Step Ladder - Huset Shop - 3

Swedese Heaven Step Ladder

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Unlike most stepladders, the Heaven Freestanding Stepladder from Swedese is a piece of sculptural art. It does not have the typical A-shaped side support; instead the base forms the overall support giving it both form and function. The slight narrowing towards the top gives the impression that it may just keep rising - to heaven.

Details

Designed in Sweden.

Made of Aluminum Sheet Metal

Dimensions: 26" x 14" x 14.5”

Swedese

About The Designer

Swedese

Swedese is a classic Swedish furniture producer with a strong anchor in both public and domestic domain. Swedese’s ideals are the same today as they have been for the better part of a century: to create beautiful furniture for the future, which builds on the foundation of Scandinavian modern tradition, designed by forward-thinking designers who share in the timeless ideals of architecture.

Swedese was founded in 1945 by two brothers, Yngve and Jerker Ekström, and is headquartered in Småland, Sweden.

Many modernist architects were universal designers with not only a clear understanding of designing buildings, but also their interiors. Swedese’s founder, Yngve Ekström, was no exception. Together with names including Alvar Aalto, Bruno Mathsson, Arne Jacobsen and Poul Kjæholm, Yngve was at the core of a generation of designers who made the “Scandinavian Modern” design concept famous throughout the world. With a keen eye, he designed Swedese’s furniture, the head office building, logo, catalogues and personalized the Christmas cards – he had his hand on every work, and his legend lives on in the Swedese brand.

The most well known design of Yngve Ekström's extensive portfolio is the Lamino armchair from 1956, which is still manufactured and sold all over the world. In 1999 the Lamino was voted the Twentieth Century's Best Swedish Furniture Design by the Swedish interior design magazine Sköna Hem.