I've seen this rig in several giant photosets from last weekend's 100% East, part of the London Design Festival, but I can't for the life of me figure out where it was exhibited, or who made it, or what that little red ribbon next to its nametag means.
Why can't people milling around at design fairs snapping photos of car seat-equipped scooter prototypes take more copious notes, then meticulously transcribe them for the benefit of all? I mean, what are we paying you people for? [hm? what's that? we're not paying them? Ah. awkward.] So. If you know something, please say something.
Anyway, this apparently award-winning rig is a rugged scooter, with what looks like a modded Bugaboo Frog handle on a custom aluminum frame. It's worth noting before you castigate the designer for turning a baby into a Maxi-Cosi-ensconced hood ornament, that the small photo on the nametag shows the car seat in rear-facing position.
update: DT reader Robert ID'd the designer as Austria-based Valentin Vodev, who has some action shots of the Roller Buggy at that link. The rig is not in or near production yet, AFAIK.
Roller Buggy, possibly at the Talent Zone, 100% East design fair, Sept. 2006 [flickr via core77]
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