Hut ab (»hats off«) can be suspended in a number of ways. The shape of the pole ends makes them ideal for hanging both hangers and clothes hooks.... more details
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- 63 x 63 x H 180 cm
- Konstantin Grcic
Foldable coat rack. the shape of the pole ends makes them ideal for hanging both hangers and clothes hooks.
Hut ab (»hats off«) can be suspended in a number of ways. The shape of the pole ends makes them ideal for hanging both hangers and clothes hooks. Because the stand is so tall, it can easily accommodate long coats. There is room for bags in the bend between the short and long rods. The joints between the rods serve various purposes because of their hooked shapes. And, should it ever not be needed, Hut ab is easily folded together and stored in a minimum of space.
Konstantin Grcic was trained as a cabinet maker at The John Makepeace School (Dorset, England) before studying Design at the Royal College of Art in London. Since setting up his own practice Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design (KGID) in Munich in 1991, he has developed furniture, products and lighting for some of the leading companies in the design field. Many of his products have received international design awards such as the prestigious Compasso d`Oro. Work by Konstantin Grcic forms part of the permanent collections of the world´s most important design museums. Konstantin Grcic defines function in human terms, combining formal strictness with considerable mental acuity and humour. Each of his products is characterized by a careful research into the history of design and architecture and his passion for technology and materials. Known for pared-down pieces, Grcic is often called a minimalist but the designer himself prefers to speak of simplicity.
Blueprint 100% Design Award 1998
The International Design Yearbook 1999
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