The ladder was designed as a useful and esthetic object which can be placed in a central location of the house.
The design for this ladder evolved around the connecting joint which consists of two dowels that grasp a vertical pole and place pressure on the pole using the rope that binds them.
The rope, which creates the pressure is also used as a soft step which suits the nature of the home and makes climbing on the ladder with socks or barefoot a soft and comfortable experience.
Most homes have a ladder, it is usually hidden away and sometimes even stored outside in a shed, because of this, most people are too lazy to take it out and usually end up climbing on a chair or a different piece of furniture instead. When the ladder also plays the role of an esthetic piece of furniture, it will always be available for use.
© Chen Zalkind