The Walking Wheelchair is for manual wheelchair users who want to stand, electric wheelchair users with posture and the elderly with the hope that people will use it to have an eye level conversation, reach a supermarket shelf, order a drink at a bar, present at work or even walk down the aisle.

The Walking Wheelchair was invented by architect Suzanne Brewer & her school boy son Jarvis Sheehan and has been reviewed by Stoke Mandeville Hospital & The Back Up Trust. The idea was inspired by a man in a wheelchair at the rugby club who couldn’t get to the bar in the Christmas rush and was influenced by Jarvis' bike saddle. It won the 2020 Dezeen Award Public Vote in the design category and has been featured in The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Week Junior, The Architects Journal & the New York Insider.