Thanks to Dominic's little sister Aline, the two of them came up with the idea of developing a learning tower for them. The little "wonder nose" always wanted to see everything, to be there where her big brother was and to be part of the action. The idea was probably also born to relieve yourself, because the bigger the girl got, the more weight she had to lift.
So the two resourceful young entrepreneurs Dominic and Simon retired to their parents' garage to build a learning tower for Aline. The first copies were made from purchased elements and were bulky and heavy for shipping.
“My grandfather, an electrical engineer, awakened the spirit of discovery in me by working with me on model airplanes, computers and spaceships. With the Tuki learning tower I want to awaken an inventive spirit in all little explorers that will last a lifetime. "
“I've been a little wonder nose since I was born. I wanted to know everything about the world and be there everywhere. My curiosity often had no limits. With the Tuki learning tower I would like to give all wonder noses the opportunity to discover the world on their own and to inspire young and old alike. "