Japanese design studio Nendo debuted a new children's toy called the H Rocking Horse. Known for its modern and minimalist designs, the studio gives the classic toy a contemporary upgrade.
The H Rocking Horse is a sleek and stylish rocking horse made using the same I-beam construction method applied to the construction of bridges and buildings. As a result, just three pieces of curved plastic were used to construct the rocking horse. As the designers explain, the unique frame "displays both function and strength." In addition to the modern construction technique, the use of transparent materials gives the toy a sleek and modern look.
Designed to complement any modern space, the H Rocking Horse is a toy that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.