The Stepladder is useful to reach tall cabinets and bookcases and is practical for everyday use in the house, the office, library or wine cellar.
With an emphasis on safety, it stands securely, and the extended sidepiece that works as railing, giving good support. Produced in solid birch wood, the stepladders are lacquered in clear lacquer or painted black. Equipped with specially designed, patented brass hinges, when the Stepladder is not in use it can be hung on the attached wall fitting.
For the past 25 years, with building history as their area of specialisation, Benedicte & Poul Erik Find/Tegnestuen Hindevadgaard, have carried out renovation of older buildings, churches etc. The practice employs mainly architects and designers, specialising in renovation and product development, with a background in studies of history of building and function, adjustment of buildings as well as industrial design.
Hindevadgaard Firm of Architects was founded by architect, Poul Erik Find, maa. mdd., who has worked with restoration, architecture and design in both Europe and Asia for 35 years. They place importance on their designs being thoroughly prepared in all details and that they have a beautiful finish.