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|Product type||Clothes hanger|
(1) Length: 19,8 | 39,6 | 59,4 | 79,2 | 99 cm
(2) Depth: 1,8 cm
(3) Height: 7,9 cm
|Material||Front: Various woods
Backboard: Sheet metal
|Variants||Available in a range of lengths with 2-10 hooks|
Please be aware that as wood is a natural product colours and grains can vary.
|Functions & properties||The sheet metal backboard provides stability, even under large weights. Hooks pull out for use, when not in use remain with wood, thus reducing space required.|
|Care||For cleaning the wood a damp, soft cloth with a mild detergent is recommended.|
How is the Knax attached to the wall?
The Knax is simply and easily fixed to the wall with screws.
Is the actual wood identical to the product images?
Wood is a natural material. As such product images never provide an exact impression of the actual colour and pattern. In addition Knaxs ordered in the same wood need not be identical.
The flattest clothes hanger in the world comes from Denmark! In the closed state LoCa's Knax is just 1.7 cm deep - and even with the hooks out it reaches barely 7 cms into your room. Created in 1993 by the Copenhagen design studio Harrit & Sørensen for LoCa, the mechanism that allows Knax its functionality is an ingenuous spring which attaches the aluminium hook to the backplate. An ingenuous spring which also guarantees Knax's durability.
Knax are handmade in Denmark by LoCa. Crafted from numerous different wood types Knax is available with 2, 4, 6 or 8 hooks, all of which are created via the same production process, a production process which ensures that despite the presence of the hooks, the grain of the wood remains, flowing, through each and every Knax.
The Knax clothes hanger is produced by LoCa. Based in Tureby, Denmark the company was, in many ways, established to produce Knax. The success of which has seen LoCa move on to produce a family of products including the Hanx Hat Shelf.
DesignerKnax was designed by Thomas Harrit and Nicolai Sørensen aka Harrit & Sørensen. Thomas Harrit and Nicolai Sørensen met as students as Knax was the first project realised by their, then, fledgling design studio. That initial success has since been extended by products ranging from, for example, sofas over industrial cleaners and on to medical hardware.
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...One of the best examples of this is without question the coat hook system Knax from LoCa... And now Studio Harrit & Sørensen are threatening to repeat the success of Knax with ZJUP - a wall mounted shoe holder system that is much simpler to use than to say...
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...This tradition is continued and wonderfully expanded upon by designers such as Kasper Salto, Søren Ulrik Petersen or Thomas Harrit and Nicolai Sørensen creators of the ingenious Knax coat hanger...
...A hook is a hook you think, think again, Knax from loca, is characterised by its unostentatious, functional design... ” Knax is available in 8 types of wood and with a choice of 2,4,6 or 8 hooks...
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