Heaven Ladder by Thomas Bernstrand By Yanko Design 06/06/2007 The ladder Heaven is designed with only one part of a two-parted ladder. The bottom plate holds it up. The cone shape makes it looks like it is reaching up to the sky. The ladder is made of painted aluminium. Designer: Thomas Bernstrand SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket47 Shares Related Posts Portable wireless charger gives your phone and your mind a chance to re-energize! The video above is a stark contrast to every single tech unveil, keynote, or TV spot I’ve seen in the past few years. It’s easy to… This hoodie with a built-in inflatable neck pillow may just be the greatest idea of the decade As iconic a pairing as peanut butter and jelly, this hoodie + neck pillow is comfort-apparel at its very best! Aptly named the Pillowdy, the apparel… These adorably plushy armchairs function flawlessly in public and private setting! Comfortable seating solutions can really make or break the space they are in, be it an office, a waiting area or any form of public space…. Playfully modular hexagonal shaped shelving unit designed to work in any space! Organizing things has always been my Achilles’ heel. And I know it’s something everyone struggles with from time to time. So product designers Giulia Pesce and… Fork, Spoon… Cheese-grater? We get some weird submissions here at Yanko, that’s for sure. What say you is the greatest combination of two tools in the history of humankind?… Josephine – Magic Glow Lamp by Buro Vormkrijgers Made from pmma sheets illuminated by a special dimmable fluorescent bulb, this freestanding fixture, revitalizes the traditional ambient lamp. The whole body emits a soft magic… TagsThomas-Bernstrand Previous articleShoulder Bag Ghetto Blaster by Dirk Winkel Next articleAlphaSphere – Multi-sensory Relaxation Furniture by Sha 3 Comments Kevin Kelley says: 12/23/2007 at 5:36 pm Hi. I am an architect and principal of the firm Shook Kelley based in Los Angeles, CA. I am interested in receiving information on your Heaven Ladder and any other ladders you might have. My address is listed below: Kevin Ervin Kelley, AIA Principal Shook Kelley 850 South Robertson Boulevard Suite One Los Angeles, CA 90035 Tel: 310/659-9482 Web: http://www.shookkelley.com MaverickKK says: 09/19/2008 at 9:04 am Yahooooo Karen says: 02/20/2009 at 9:34 am Is it possible to purchase the Heaven ladder in Australia? Comments are closed.