TV barrow by CW&T TV barrow by CW&T
nov 17, 2012

TV barrow by CW&T

television on wheels – the TV barrow by CW&T



continuing their exploration with modular and easily movable furniture items, new york-based studio CW&T have developed the ‘TV barrow’, a  stand which makes manoeuvring your televsion around the house a lot easier. essentially. the design comes to life throughthe attachment of a 700c road bike wheel to a bicycle fork and machining aluminum connections to fit around standard 1″ tubes of the same material. each component is secured with set screws so the legs offer the ability to tilt the screen, as well as being collapsible.


‘we love watching movies in bed, but we also love watching stuff in the living room. to fulfill both loves, we built a wheelbarrow for our screen so we could easily move it around and maneuver up and down small steps’.



3/4 view of the TV barrow



front view



rear view



side view



user context


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