Piano Coat Rackby Patrick Seha, 2013 — from 1.320,00 €
The collection of wooden hooks which form the Piano Wardrobe not only form a convenient storage space for jackets, coats and scarves, but also represents an extremely decorative piece of wall art. Constructed according to the mechanism of a keyboard, if one end of the wooden bar is pushed down the other end moves up; however, whereas with a piano music is generated, with the coat rack individual strips of wood pop up on which objects of clothing can be hung. The unused wood strips remain flat and allow the charismatic rustic look of the wall wardrobe. Because the hangers are distributed over the entire height, Piano is the perfect solution for families because it allows children to independently hang their coats et al. Designed by Patrick Seha in 2010 Piano stands 1.45 m high wall is available in two widths and in different colours.
The young Belgian designer Patrick Seha lives and works in Brussels, where he also studied at the La Cambre ENSAV. In context of furniture design Patrick Seha has so far mainly cooperated with the Belgian manufacturer Per/Use. Not only Piano, but Séha's entire portfolio demonstrates a penchant for fine and solid materials as well as a contemporary, graphic look, and always results in a playful and useful designs object.
The Piano coat rack was originally designed by designer Patrick Seha for the Belgian company Feld; is however today produced by the Belgian furniture manufacturer Per/ Use. In addition to a a version in oiled oak the Piano coat rack is also available in black lacquered oak, oiled walnut and white lacquered beech versions. Standing 145 cm high and either 41 cm or 82 cm wide the