What’s the correlation between a sailboat and MoMA?
The Tiwal 3, an inflatable sailboat that fits into two bags, is available at the MoMA Design Store, Soho, NYC.
Marion Excoffon designed the revolutionary boat that’s easy to carry and fast to assemble. In less than 20 minutes, you can be ready to set sail. The Tiwal 3 is part of the spring collection and is currently displayed in the MoMA Design Store’s Soho New York City Location.
Take the TIWAL along on your next sailing adventure, whether you’re headed to the sea or a pristine mountain lake. The high-quality, rugged design incorporates drop-stitched technology with a hull that’s rigid once it’s inflated, an aluminum framework that’s laser-machined with a high degree of precision in mind, and a hull that’s very rigid once inflated (US Patent No. 9,694,875). Once you’re home, the Tiwal 3 can be stored out of sight in a garage, a basement or even a closet.
Accolades and Praise
The Tiwal 3 (more than 850 dinghies are currently sailing on seas, lakes, and rivers around the world) has been awarded prestigious prizes in the USA (Boat of the Year by Sailing World), South Korea (Boat of the Year), Japan (Good Design award) and Germany (Prestigious Red Dot award Best of the Best prize).
Length: 10.5 ft
Sail area: 56 sq.ft / 75 sq.ft
Total weight: 111 lbs, max. load: 418 lbs
2 bags: 57x 16×14 in / 62 lbs (each)
Capacity: 2 adults or 1 adult & 2 children
Visit MoMA Design Store for more information.