Clothes Horse by Aaron Dunkerton

April 16th, 2015 by retail design blog

The starburst design of the Clothes Horse by Aaron Dunkerton twists and turns the old country varieties we have seen into a more modern model that doesn’t look too shabby while in use. Even though wet clothes are draped all around the pegs, it’s different, fun, and it suits your apartment like a sculpture. Made of beach plywood with brushed aluminum rods, it also collapses at its hinges into a perfectly uniform rectangle for easy storage. It hosts 36 available arms for drying. The artist explains the dynamics, “The shape of my clothes horse when erect allows for good air circulation around the clothes, which will help them to dry faster.”


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2 thoughts on “Clothes Horse by Aaron Dunkerton

  1. Wow! This is an absolutely great idea! The Clothes Horse looks both convenient and beautiful. I would be glad having such “useful sculpture” in my apartment. Greets!

  2. veronica says:

    wonderful beauty ain our daily life,thanks

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