Step ladders usually place functionality and pragmatism far ahead of style, but for design-savvy consumers who often need a step up, be it to grab a book, a kitchen implement, or anything else, there's the 'Triangle Step Ladder.' The chic tool is the product of Rhode Island School of Design graduate Jeeyoung Yang.
Some products that boast form over function are no better than the ones that prioritize function over form, so wholly preoccupied with style that utility gets abandoned. Not so with the Triangle Step Ladder. While fulfilling its primary purpose of, well, being a step ladder, the Triangle Step Ladder's back leg, which forms a stable pyramid while in use, fold inwards so that the product can easily and unassumingly be hung up on a wall, thus becoming a cute piece of decor.
The 'Triangle Step Ladder' Brings Style to a Utilitarian Tool
Joey Haar — July 21, 2016 — Art & Design
References: jeeyoungyang & design-milk