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Bikky / baby stroller

Bikky

Bikky can be transformed from a stroller to a
toddler’s bicycle in order to reduce waste of
materials and extend the product’s life cycle.
Families with a baby need to have a stroller.
However, as the infant grows and learns
to walk, the stroller will gradually become
redundant. Taking eco-design into account, the
focus of Bikky was to extend the life cycle of
the product by giving it a new lease of life as
an infant grows. Being easily transformed from
a stroller to a toddler’s bicycle, the life span
of the product can, thus, be extended. This
decreases the wastage of resources, while
relating to the demands of a growing child.

University

Chang Gung

Chang Gung
Tao-Yuan, Taiwan

Ted Lee

Design

chang gung university

chang gung university
Tainan, Taiwan

Chan Chia An , HONG Ruie Hong