Coat Check Chair by Continuum

June 15th, 2011 by retail design blog

Coat Check is a chair design that seeks to encourage people to hang their coats up properly. The design simply appropriates the plastic hangers and the steel bar from a standard closet and creates a chair from those elements. The idea is to bring these items out into the open to be seen and thus remembered on a daily basis. The chair could be great for house parties or just daily routine. Coat Check also has the potential to be used in women’s clothing boutiques, helping with dressing room organization.

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One thought on “Coat Check Chair by Continuum

  1. Another brilliant design that i’ve seen on your site.

    I don’t know if anyone would sit on it, and use it as an actual chair though. It’s more of a hanger holder rather than a piece of furniture.

    Very interesting design/ idea though.

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