Showing posts with label acrylic laser cut cradles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label acrylic laser cut cradles. Show all posts

The Cascara from Babycotpod. A Modern Carrying Cocoon-like Bassinet.

The Cascara, due out in September 2010, is a new modern baby bassinet dreamt up by daddy and design engineer, 33 yr old. Shaun Milburn of Babycotpod.

Designed to feature a permanent hood and retractable carrying handle, it also has built-in grab handles for lifting on and off the 'Tang' stand, which is available either in wood or molded plastic.

The retractable handle folds down to fit within the interior:

And when not being carried, the Cascara can be safely placed on the Tang stand.

The interior fabric lining the bassinet will be available in a range of colors and will be completely removable and washable.


According to Babyology, the company will also be introducing a less expensive model named the Cuba, which will will not have the hood or retractable carrying handle, but feature the same cocoon-like looks and style with the built-in grab handles.

Babycotpod Ltd

Mansfield i-centre
Oakham Business Park
Hamilton Way
NG18 5BR

Ordinary Life: Disturbed by Nika Zupanc

Tired of cutesy dolls and cradles? Looking for unusual edgy nursery items? Or chairs, footstools and tables? Well, then I've got the a designer you should meet.

Slovenian Nika Zupanc has an unusual take on items of domesticity. Her polycarbonate and acrylic cradles, chairs, footstool and dolls are edgy, even goth...but still functional.

Most of the items shown are limited editions and the price is available upon request.

Above: Nika Zupanc with some of her work

The dolls:

Above: Doll with sacred heart, translucent polycarbonate

Above: Doll in black polycarbonate (protoype)

Above and below: The Voodoo Doll, translucent polycarbonate with needles

The acrylic laser cut cradles:

The matching footstool:

The "Maid About You" Acrylic laser cut Chair:

Her black polycarbonate feather duster :

Black acrylic laser cut beauty table with mirror and light (a prototype):

Read an interview from Kontrast with Nika here.

Contact info

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.