Production time: 8 Weeks
Price € 1.048,00Production time: 8 Weeks
The Rokumaru coat stand, designed by Nendo for De Padova, is a functional and poetic piece of furniture. Inspired by the forms of nature, filtered through an all-oriental symbolism, the Rokumaru coat hanger recalls the stylized image of a tree. It features a solid ash wood frame with six angled and cut-off branches at the ends, providing ample space for hanging jackets and coats. The six branches resemble the rays of an imaginary circumference: in Japanese the word "roku" indicates the number six, while "maru" means "circle". The coat hanger is available in light or wenge-stained wood, while the thermoplastic feet provide it with a stable base.
Ø 60 x H.161 cm
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