Designed by Kaschkasch
Is it a cloakroom? Is it a mirror? Is it a partition wall? No, it is Frame. A smart coatrack with many faces. Combine the graphic design of the design duo kasch kasch with corresponding notice board, mirror or panel and style every space to your needs.
epoxy coated steel
45cm x 170cm x 47cm
Combine Frame with a notice board and the rack has a dual purpose. Above all, the jackets hang out of view.
Locate multiple T-form racks next to each other against a wall to create a semi-closed cloakroom.
Frame is available in two colours – black and white – and two lengths: 45 en 85 cm. Add a noticeboard, mirror or panel.
Combine Frame with the corresponding noticeboard, mirror or panel and create a customised solution for at home or in the office.
Combine Frame with the van Esch coat hangers like Basic, Grip or Tubulus 100. Nice detail: the square section of the bar keeps the coat hangers tidy and straight.
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