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Hash coatrack is a versatile storage piece for a foyer, bedroom or living room. Hash is eye-catching, yet discrete. The coatrack consists of four steel rods that intersect and rest upon one another, creating a simple structure of clean lines. At the top of each rod is a notch for hangers, garments and bags. Each rod is produced separately, thus the coatrack can be assembled and disassembled as needed.
- New Tendency, Germany (2014)
- Made in Germany
- Matte powder coated steel
- Height 175cm / 68.9"
- Width 67cm / 26.4"
- Depth 46cm / 18"
New Tendency is a Berlin-based design studio that applies Modernist design principles onto contemporary objects of the everyday. In Bauhaus tradition, New Tendency creates products characterized by conceptual design, clean aesthetics and functional form, handcrafted in Germany. The collection of furniture and accessories develops under the creative direction of Manuel Goller and consists of original products as well as collaborations with selected designers and architects such as Clemens Tissi amongst others.