roberope hangers by club cocage
roberope hangers by club cocage roberope hangers by club cocage
oct 09, 2012

roberope hangers by club cocage

‘roberope’ by club cocage

developed by german designers justus kraenzle and jan-patric metzger of club cocage, the ‘roberope’ is a storage accessory that is implemented through freely suspending double-ended marine rope from anywhere. equipped with a series of geometrically spaced hooks, the hanger stays centered regardless of the load bearing. with a height of almost four meters, the object can be physically hung from walls within interior spaces, trusses or trees, allowing users to freely place common wearables without restrictions in location.

geometrically spaced hook detail

product location context

product location context

product location context

material center of gravity context

detail of the hanging sections

detail of the hanging sections

detail of the ‘hangman knot’

  • i want one!

    ralfonso says:
  • luis eslava copy… he did it 7 years ago….

    m says:
  • Atelier Oï copy as well.

    bobo says:
  • yesssss!!!!!…..there are people like me!!!! who criticize the no-design culture people have…I am not alone in this world!!!!…..

    As M said, is a luis eslava copy!!!!!….I ca not believe how the people can still do that. Before you do a project, please check your are the first one. That means to have just a little design culture…..

    eucaliptus says:
  • But, this is the most beautiful!

    ralfonso says:
  • … and of course every chair with four legs is a copy! So many blind people around here! … its good pure product. Like!

    Tommy says:
  • It looks a fusion of the two above-mentioned designers’ work.
    Am I wrong to say Eslava’s My Mess was produced in limited edition? If it’s not the case, please let me know where I can find it.

    Elena says:

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