towel hanger by hiroomi tahara
towel hanger by hiroomi tahara towel hanger by hiroomi tahara
jun 11, 2012

towel hanger by hiroomi tahara

‘towel hanger’ by hiroomi tahara photograhy by lorenzo nencioni front view of all collection

japanese milan-based designer hiroomi tahara has presented ‘towel hanger’ at at salone satellite during the 2012 milan design week. the is a wall-mounted system is a configuration which consists of a rope and a weight that is leveled with punctured pieces which adhere to a surface. this allows it possible to adjust the length of the pieces through the positioning of the sticks and a customizable competition that can fit in a variety of occasions such as the bathroom and kitchen. the weights can also function as hooks for bathrobes or other objects.

3/4 view of the collection image © lorenzo nencioni

single element image © lorenzo nencioni

installation at satellite salone image © lorenzo nencioni

attaching the rope to the horizontal pieces image © lorenzo nencioni

star formed weight image © lorenzo nencioni

drawing of configurationimage © hioomi tahara

drawing of concept image © hioomi tahara

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