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The Strollon Strives to Meet the Imaginative Expectations of its Occupant

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: amir-labidi.wix and yankodesign
The idea behind the Strollon was to develop a stroller that would improve the overall experience of outings for the little person who must sit inside of it. Designer Amir Labidi recognizes that the majority of perambulators are made with parents in mind, so this creation explores the boundaries of aesthetics with the aim to excite child users.

Of course, it was of great importance to ensure that this toddler transporter would be assembled ergonomically for the mom or dad who has to push the pram. Its three-wheeled structure offers maneuverability and stability, and the interior of the tiny cabin is covered in comfy cushioned surfaces.

Visually, the Strollon emulates some of the features of a grown-up vehicle. It's incredibly streamlined with a generous windshield, side windows and a vivid splash of color, making the stroller more like an amusing ride.