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Design Sleuth: Coatrack Dots

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Design Sleuth: Coatrack Dots

Julie Carlson November 02, 2009

Spotted (and admired) in Australian architect Steven Whiting’s home, via Desire to Inspire: the Danish-designed Dots Coathook installation.

Above: The Coatrack Dots by Tveit & Tornøe for Nordic design studio Muuto are meant to be part wall sculpture, part storage. A Coatrack Dots set contains one large, one medium, and three small hooks; the hooks are available in natural oak, black-stained ash, and yellow-stained ash; $179 at Design Within Reach.

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