Posts tagged as 'coat hanger'

Mon 7.7.

‘Crown’ coat hanger by Arnaud Lapierre (FR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.07.2014 - Tagged as: ,

'Crown' coat hangar by Arnaud Lapierre

‘Crown’ coat hangar by Arnaud Lapierre

French designer Arnaud Lapierre’s ‘Crown’ coat hanger has legs made of solid Oak wood blades that are cut and bent to form a self-supporting structure.

 

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'Charles' coat hook by Nikolas Kerl Product Design

‘Charles’ coat hook by Nikolas Kerl Product Design

Untreated ash and polished marble are used to surprising effect in the simple shape of ‘Charles’, a coat hook sporting a complex stone pattern formed by nature.

 

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'Knob' by Patrik Hansson Karl Andersson

One particular hobbyhorse of the Swedish manufacturer Karl Andersson are simple and space-saving hallway accessories. At this year’s Stockholm Furnture Fair they presented two new lines designed by Patrik Hansson and Elin Lundmark. ‘Knob’ is nothing more than a turned coat hook in solid wood which works both on its own and grouped together, either in vertical or horizontal rows, or in combination with additional accessories, such as a mirror or a coat rack.

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Tue 20.7.

‘Siluet’ by Stephanie Estoppey (CH)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 20.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Siluet' by Stephanie Estoppey

Silently and almost invisibly ‘Siluet’, the decent wire wardrobe by the Swiss designer Stephanie Estoppey brings order into the bedroom. Shaped like a backrest of the chair (we usually use for this purpose) ‘Siluet’ is an airy alternative for temporary storage and an adequate stage for your one’s favourite garment.

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'Tabard' by Denis Santachiara

Known for his ironic and figurative works Denis Santachiara designed this illuminated coat hanger for the Italian manufacturer Pallucco. ‘Tabard’ consists of an elegant and rigid shell whose shape is reminiscent of one of the most representative garments of the late eighteenth century: the tabard, a long seamless overcoat which you wrapped around the body. Here it is the revolutionary illuminated coat hook that turns 120° and the roles have been inverted.

'Tabard' by Denis Santachiara

'Tabard' by Denis Santachiara

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'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

Obviously inspired by the small type of dishware the Cologne based designer Eric Degenhardt created this simple coat hanger ‘Saucer’ for the German manufacturer Schönbuch.

'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

Most recent works by Eric Degenhardt, photo by Tillmann Franzen

Most recent works by Eric Degenhardt, photo by Tillmann Franzen

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'Crutch' trestle by Nicola from Bern

'Crutch' trestles by Nicola from Bern

Metal frames are put over the edges of a tabletop and contracted with lashing straps creating a highly solid linkage. Other than conventional trestles it causes a table with an unitary look. It is designed to work with any table format and for tabletops dimensioned at 24 to 30mm thickness.

'Crutch' trestles by Nicola from Bern

'Crutch' trestles by Nicola from Bern

Swiss designer Nicola Enrico Stäubli explores a new form of customization: Since the knowledge of the consumer needs will always be limited, he designs with a focus on the greatest possible flexibility. In today’s world of the open source concept, consumers take on the role of co-designers. Nicola’s designs have an openness allowing the hybrid customer the most versatile usage. Beyond a reference to the 2.0 economy, a similar product typology pairs with the requirements of a sustainable design – it’s adaptable to a changing living environment thus providing long lifespan.

'Phasmatodea' by Nicola from Bern

'Phasmatodea' coat hangers by Nicola from Bern

This new type of coat hanger sticks to a conventional towel rail. Once flipped over it turns into a coat hook. This double function brings along a flexible use of the object – it can be used as a wardrobe even in narrow doorways.

'Phasmatodea' coat hangers by Nicola from Bern

'Phasmatodea' coat hangers by Nicola from Bern

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