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Brief Published: 24 Nov 2011

Anyone for a Spot of Croquet?


No longer just an outdoor pursuit, ECAL (University of Art and Design Lausanne) graduate Romain Lagrange has designed Gates, an indoor croquet set.

Beautifully crafted from timber, cork and leather, the set includes two mallets, two balls, six arches and two cups, which act both as stakes and storage for the balls when packed away.

Designed so that all the pieces in the set slot together, it packs away neatly, held together with a simple leather handle and button detail.

Romain Lagrange