Nara Coat stand was designed by Shin Azumi as a way to utilise the off cuts from production of the Nara chair. The result is a sculptural object with a graphical silhouette. Japanese designer Shin Azumi recycled remnants from wood production to create the Nara Coat Stand. A sculptural expression of a functional object intended to capture the beauty of solid timbre in a simple wooden structure. Alluding to deer antlers, as referenced by the name Nara, Japan’s historical capital city known for its free roaming deer.
|Size||D:32 x H:180 cm|
|Finishing||Black Ash, Oak Lacquer|
|Net dimensions||32 x 32 x 180 cm|
|Net Weight||10 kg|
|Packaging dimensions||34 x 43 x 186 cm|
|Lead Production Time||1 week|
|Date of manufacture||2009|