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Wiegen

Designed by Worrell Inc, Wiegen is a refreshing take on the classic pram.

By: Worrell Inc.

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Product details

  • Project Name: Wiegen
  • Principal Designer/s: Dan Clements
  • Date of commencement of project: Winter 2007
  • Date of completion of project: Spring 2007

Dated strollers are everywhere; Worrell Inc. designed a stylish alternative. The result is Wiegen, a refreshing take on the classic pram.

The design incorporates a modern aesthetic, safety and ease of use.

Aside from its appearance, Wiegen's most innovative attribute is its "stretcher system". This system consists of a neoprene shroud supported by a lightweight aluminum frame and Polypropylene stretcher support as well as a baby sling with five-point harness.

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Courtesy of Worrell Inc.

Architecture-Page | Wiegen by Worrell Inc
Courtesy of Worrell Inc.

The neoprene conforms to the shape of the child (infant to 12 months), eliminating the need for cumbersome foam padding.

The air space between the two layers of neoprene shroud insulates the stroller in cold weather.

Architecture-Page | Wiegen by Worrell Inc
Courtesy of Worrell Inc.

Snap construction allows the user to remove the shroud for cleaning, storage or color change.

Credits

  • Text and Images, Courtesy of Worrell Inc.

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