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Vitra Coat Dots

Vitra Coat Dots

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Description

The Coat Dots by Hella Jongerius are mounted on an extendable pin that can be pulled slightly away from the wall. It provides a handy peg for jackets and clothes hangers. The Coat Dots are available in sets of three colour-coordinated balls including mounting material. Vitra Coat Dots

A set of ball-shaped wall hooks that will add a joyful pop of colour to the hallway, kitchen, children's room and anywhere else in the house. "As part of her work on the Vitra Colour Library, Hella Jongerius designed the Coat Dots in three colour groups with finely nuanced shades of red, green or white. The Coat Dots are thus available in sets of three, including hardware fittings for self-assembly." 

Vitra Coat Dots
Creating cheerful accents in kitchens and bathrooms, as well as in entrance areas and cloakrooms. They can be grouped in free arrangements or in linear rows of three or more balls to create attractive wall sculptures.
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Technical Details

Design Year: 2016

Made-In: Germany 


Dimensions: Diameter 50 mm, adjustable depth 50-75 mm


Material: Painted wood, aluminium
Colour: White, red, green 
Notes: Mounting utensils included

Designer

Hella Jongerius - Vitra Malaysia - RekadekaMagnet Dots were designed by Hella Jongerius in 2016.

The Dutch designer Hella Jongerius lives and works in Berlin. She founded the Jongeriuslab studio in 1993 and then began collaborating with Vitra in 2004. Since then, she has not only contributed a substantial number of designs to the continually expanding Vitra Home Collection.

 

BrandLogo Vitra - Original - Rekadeka Malaysia

Vitra is much more than a brand but rather a staple of design. Established in 1950 in Birsfelden, Switzerland, the brand has left its mark on design history through its transcending path. Starting as a furniture producer, it paved its way to manufacturing and ultimately became the powerhouse design institution we see today.

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