Maze Bill Horizontal coat rack, white
Maze Bill Horizontal coat rack, white
Maze Bill Horizontal coat rack, white
Maze Bill Horizontal coat rack, white
Maze Bill Horizontal coat rack, white

Bill Horizontal coat rack, white

Maze

135.15€ 159.00€

Maze
Bill Horizontal coat rack
135.15€ 159.00€


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Description

The Bill Horizontal coat rack, designed by Louise Hederström for the Swedish Maze, is part of a collection of modern storage furniture characterised by a minimalist appearance that easily suits any hallway. The geometrical design of the wall-mounted Bill Horizontal coat rack is a combination of a recycled metal frame and playful hooks perfected with round, wooden balls. Complement the storage style with other products from Maze’s Bill collection.

Material
Powder coated metal, birch
Colour
White
Width
71.4 cm
Depth
13.4 cm
Height
19.7 cm
Measurement details
Diameter (wooden ball): 3 cm
Notes
Screws not included.

Louise Hederström

The Swedish designer Louise Hederström lives and works in Malmö, Sweden. She has studied at Beckmans in Stockholm as well as at the University of Lund. She has managed her own studio, Charming Unit Design Studio, for several year. She has also worked at IKEA and her work has been shown in many international exhibitions. Hederström gets inspired by animals, colors, decorations and last but not least by Elvis Presley.

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    Valencia, Spain

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    125 days ago

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  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
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  • Positive impact on nature’s well-being through operations that regenerate natural ecosystems
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