Designed by Michiel van der Kley
A coat rack usually disappears from view when coats are hanging on it. But that is not the case in the designs of Michiel van der Kley because the hooks are mounted on the inside. This results is a striking appearance. The design of Chase is playful, yet modest.
epoxy coated steel
47cm x 175cm x 47cm
Is it a work of art or a coat rack? The slim, tapered ‘legs’ lend the Chase G a playful eye-catching appeal in the office or entrance hall.
Chase G is not just attractive, it is smart too. The hooks are hidden beautifully on the inside so that jackets stay neatly inside the three ‘legs’.
A coat rack usually disappears from view when coats are hanging on it. But that is not the case in the designs of Michiel van der Kley because the hooks are mounted on the inside. This results is a striking appearance. The design of the wall coat rack Chase W is playful, yet modest. Chase W is made from epoxy coated steel and is available in various colours and sizes.by Michiel van der Kley
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Christoph Seyferth designed this highly practical coat rack for the home and for the office. At eye level it shows a beautifully designed part made of ash wood. By milling regularly spaced grooves along the ash wood, the accompanying Tubulus 100 coat hangers remain at the appropriate distance from one another. The practical extra hook can be used high and low, for example for hanging up keys, a small umbrella or a handbag.by Christoph Seyferth
The coat stand Dodici makes a powerful statement. The design of British designer James Irvine may look light, but when used the metal stand is a real heavyweight when it comes to stability. And that is surprising as the twelve hooks seem to have been folded like cardboard. The name of the design refers to the number of hooks: dodici is Italian for twelve. The coat stand is available in several colours.by James Irvine
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