ilja oelschlaegel: jecket
ilja oelschlaegel: jecket
feb 03, 2010

ilja oelschlaegel: jecket

‘jecket’, 1800mm x 500mm x 500mm, 3 kg image © frank höhle

‘jecket’ by ilja oelschlägel is a coat hanger design that stands in the corner supportedby a single leg. it is composed of 10 hooks and can be used both indoors and outdoors.

ilja oelschlaegel: jecket image © designboom

ilja oelschlaegel: jecket ‘seven light’‘seven light’ takes its name from its form. the seven individual metal rods have been bent to form the shape of the lamp. each individual rod houses a lightbulb.

ilja oelschlaegel: jecket detail

‘jecket’ and ‘seven light’ was part of oelschlägel’s graduate project and was presented during imm cologne 2010.

  • Marigold won a prize in [url=] designboom’s [/url] ‘simplicity’ competition. He was first.

  • Unfortunately not so original:

    See Peter Marigold’s Prop piece.
    What makes it even more unfortunate in this case is that I think its quite impossible to keep the hanger in place not kicking the stick out of position when you hang the coats.

  • Z Martins at GCH wrote in PRT:
    quite nice.
    beautifull piece,

  • I totally agree!

    Magda Brigida Lucas
  • Bastante bom.
    concepção de uma peça de grande beleza.

    Zé Martins do GCH

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