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"Finally, Led Zeppelin Inspires a Heavenly Stair"

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This was published on the website of Fast Company Co. Design:

"Arthur Analts, a 20-year-old student at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, has designed a ladder to save us from ourselves. The Led Zeppelin (pardon the obvious “Stairway to Heaven” reference) is a ladder that can be safely climbed while standing against a corner--no crazy stunt work required."

"How it works: Depending on which way it's oriented, Led Zeppelin can be positioned in three different ways: straight against the wall or at a 45-degree or 25-degree angle against a corner. Rubber pads at the ladder ends add extra insurance against slippage, and notched rungs on the sides provide places to hang tools and such, eliminating the need for the precarious one-armed ascent. The best part: Zeppelin fans--DUDE!--will notice that the ladder's jagged contours seem lifted directly from the band's logo."

To read the article by Senior Editor Belinda Lanks, and to see a video demonstration:


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