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  • Kartell Coat Hanger
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    Kartell Coat Hanger
    Design Alberto Meda, 2000. Polished aluminum, steel, polycarbonate. Made in Italy by Kartell. Thanks to the refined combination of colors and finishes, and to the flexibility of the project (the single clothes-hanger hooks are mobile and allow greater freedom and practical use), this clothes-hanger collection joins perfect elegance and functionality. The clothes stand, with attached umbrella ring, comes in brushed aluminum or metallized black finishes. Hooks are available in five different colors. From 1973, Alberto Meda was the technical manager of Kartell, responsible for the control of the furniture and plastics laboratory equipment. In 1979 he started as a freelance industrial designer for various companies: Alfa Romeo Auto, Ansaldo Sistemi Industriali, Alias, Alessi, Cinelli, Colombo design, Gaggia, Ideal Standard, Italtel Telematica, Luceplan, Legrand, Mandarina Duck, Omron Japan, Philips, Vitra. His designs are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art of Toyama and since 1994 The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Included in the Design Collection; "Light light " chair 1987 , "Soft light "chair 1989, "Longchair" 1991 by Alias , and "On-Off "lamp by Luceplan 1988. 67" H | 17.75" d.
  • Cappellini Tuta Coat-Hanger
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    Cappellini Tuta Coat-Hanger
    Design Nendo, 2008. Laser-cut metal plate. Made in Italy by Cappellini. Ivy, "tuta" in Japanese, grows by clinging onto and encircling the exterior surface of trees and buildings. The tuta coat rack loses the materiality of the base structure, leaving only an outline that seems to float in space. The Tuta coat-hanger features transparent plastic feet with the structure in laser-cut metal plate available polish lacquered in white or black. Under the direction of architect Oki Sato, the group that gathers under the name Nendo has produced, since 2002, a cultural and refined alternative to self-celebrated design. "Nendo" in Japanese means "clay" and their job, in the field of interior architecture, of furniture and graphics is pliable and flexible as clay. In a short few years, Nendo has received important international credits. 19.75" Dia. | 11.25" D | 67" h.
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