antonello fusè: abitudini
antonello fusè: abitudini
aug 25, 2010

antonello fusè: abitudini

abitudini is a series of coat hangers designed by antonello fusè that utilizes old chair backs. fuse takes second hand chairs and cuts off their back at various points. he then attaches a simple metal curve to the top of the chair back transforming it into a coat hanger. the design works off the tradition of hanging ones coat on a chair back, transforming it into an object with this one explicit purpose.

antonello fusè: abitudini

antonello fusè: abitudini

antonello fusè: abitudini

antonello fusè: abitudini

antonello fusè: abitudini

antonello fusè: abitudini

antonello fusè: abitudini

  • Surely that is going to be heavy as hell. Interesting concept though.

    [url=] Jonny [/url]

    Jonny Gibaud says:
  • i like !!

    M A C H E T E says:
  • I think this is great fun. A cross between concept art and eco design. A functional revamp, repurpose, recycling artwork! A great idea for shop displays, too. Many creative uses for suspending and hanging a multitude of items!

    Leslie Wilson-Rutterford says:
  • Ah, chair backs have a pull coats can’t resist.

    Anita B. says:
  • cool idea…what else can we do with the rest of the chair 🙂

    zozo says:
  • interesting for a shop!

    Diego says:
  • hi. I`m Antonello Fusé, I want only explain I use only broken chairs and I dont cut good chair for do an hanger. Thanks for the pubblication . Thanks to the good feelings.

    Antonello Fusé says:
  • niceeee!!

    agnes tandia says:
  • toll !!!

    dieter says:
  • This is a really cool concept!!! I’m hoping to see more of you in designboom. cheers from netherlands.

    Coco says:
  • C’est ce que l’on appelle de l’art! L’idée est magistralement bien concrétisée. C’est frais, c’est éclatant. L’idée démontre bien le clin d’oeil donné du soucis de la préservation du monde de demain. Fascinant! Chapeau!!

    Orgas says:

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