H-Horse designed by Nendo is a child's rocking horse that references urban-scale structural qualities and materials. The design draws from the shape and form of steel "H-beams" used in large built works like skyscrapers and bridges. Strong and highly efficient, these architectural elements form the capital letter "H" in a cross section, giving the structure its mechanical strength. By applying this concept directly to a child's rocking horse the Japanese designer nendo has created a playful object that displays the characteristics of both functionality and strength, even with a simplistic use of materials. In keeping with his overall creative approach that sees clever interpretations of the everyday, nendo reconsiders this architectural component as a whimsical and practical product.