The Curio Avventura Stroller – the antidote to narrow spaces

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As all parents know, there are some spaces we simply cannot go with a stroller. Teeny tiny little shops and supermarket checkout aisles are the main culprits. The Curio Avventura stroller is a machine created from necessity – it’s made to fit through the tiny 55 cm train station turnstiles in Japan, one of the most densely inhabited countries in the world.

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As noted by blog reader Maia on Spoon and Tamago, it has a ‘Batmobile aesthetic’ which is an unusual one in the baby market. The black fabrics, yellow frame and segmented UV hood comprise the uber-cool looks, and you can even place a shopping basket underneath! Attach it to a bike, or take it to the train station, it’s a nimble mean machine for urban terrains.

I wish there was more information in English but we do know it’s in the running for a Nagoya Design Award this year.

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