Bugaboo presents its designs in booth 1111 on the Dwell on Design Show from May 15-29 in the Los Angeles Convention Center
Bugaboo is a Dutch mobility company founded by designer Max Barenbrug and physician Eduard Zanen. Their mission is to excite every person on the move. Their passion for innovation results in products that inspire people to get out and explore the world.
20 years ago, they designed the world’s first modular stroller so you and your youngest travelers could explore the world with absolute ease. Iconic, innovative and loaded with functionality, all their strollers ensure a smooth and smart ride. Built to last, they can be endlessly upgraded to suit your mood, style or journey. Life truly is a great adventure.
Not so long ago, parents had few options for transporting their little ones. Moms and dads were faced with awkward megastrollers, and taller parents suffered through many an airport visit hunched over the dreaded $20 umbrella stroller.
Enter Max Barenbrug, who founded the Dutch design company Bugaboo in 1999. Noting that popular stroller options were limited to “red frames, skinny white tires, and teddy bear prints,” Barenbrug rolled out a simple, robust form that soon became the model for the look and functionality of a modern stroller.
The five-prong multi-terrain wheel powers Bugaboo’s Cameleon 3 stroller
Since then, the brand has grown to include a range of mobility-enhancing accessories, plus collaborations with the likes of the Andy Warhol Foundation and Missoni. Bugaboo will bring its unique design aesthetic to the show floor, where the brand’s innovations, such as the five-prong multi-terrain wheel, endure today in the Cameleon 3.
Dwell on Design is a three-day exhibition and conference, comprised of one trade day and two consumer days, at the Los Angeles Convention Center featuring world-class speakers, product demonstrations, continuing education classes for design professionals, and seminars for design-seeking consumers. Each year, Dwell editors carefully craft a program that invites you to “step into the pages of Dwell” and experience modern design