Master ID student at Konstfack in Sweden, Arash Eskafi uses an iconic shape in an unexpected way, an iceberg as a clothes rack. “Create borders through your actions, throw your garments and build upon your own mountain of clothes.” says Eskafi.
“Berg is a contemporary object which plays with the notion of building your own space. The negative spaces in between becomes occupied and are changeable depending on how you layer your clothes. Berg is a piece of furniture for all of the clothing that gathers up in your living space.”
Created for those who tend to leave their clothes sprawled all over the floor versus neatly organized in their closets, Berg was conceptualised while studying the behaviour patterns of people during the first five minutes they enter their homes.
“Instead of throwing your jacket, sweater, scarf, or whatever else you might have on the floor, bed or stool. Berg offers a positive solution to something, otherwise considered negative. Build upon your own mountain of clothes with Berg.”