This is the challenging Sustainability Programme launched by Italtrike in 2020.
9 precise points, 9 goals Italtrike has committed itself to throughout the years and on which it keeps working and investing for constant improvement.
Italtrike children’s tricycles ambassadors of the Italian design at Expo Dubai 2020
Italtrike has launched Let’s Grow the Future, a new sustainability project.
A forward-looking story. A dynamic, colourful, and visually striking video showcasing the company’s long experience in the children’s motion toys world.
This year the collaboration between Italtrike and the French designer Alain Pineau celebrates the important milestone of three decades
The Italtrike trikes and bikes among the stars of Compasso d’Oro 2020: Ginetta also competing for the XXVI international design prize.
La Cosa Explore! has finally arrived, the collection of first steps for one year old in four new models, to discover new fantastic worlds.
The Italtrike website has been totally restyled. A new virtual space entirely renewed in terms of graphics and content organisation.
Toys Milano, 8 – 9 MayExposanità, 11 – 13 May, Bologna. The first event: Toys Milano, 8 – 9 May,Italtrike met the toy operators, introducing interesting new products: “la cosa Pigiama“, the iconic ride-on with a 100% sustainable look; Dino, the 3-wheel scooter from the Minieolo line, and finally new materials for environmentally friendly products.Italtrike […]
Last September, the design capital hosted Italtrike design toys at two events dedicated to contemporary living spaces: HOMI and The Playful Home.
The 17th edition of LIFESTYLE Week in Tokyo has just ended. This is Japan’s leading trade fair for gifts, stationery, fashion, home and office items.
Italtrike takes its trikes and bikes for kids to the Concept Store of the future, designed by The Playful Living and launched at Pitti Bimbo 90.
Italtrike’s first steps for toddlers among the protagonists of the 2020 Nuremberg Toy Fair.
In my fascinating work as a psychomotor therapist, whenever I observe a child playing spontaneously, I am amazed at how ‘ inside things ‘ manage to become observable thanks to ‘ outside things ‘.
Play is functional to children’s motor development, as it helps them to express their not yet acquired physical abilities.