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The hallway is the first impression your guest get when entering your home. Is your hallway looking a bit bleak and boring dd some nice wall hooks to help give visitors a welcome they'll remember!
Dimensions: 5.3 x 10cm deep x 17.7cm high
Curve is a wall hook in its most traditional and symbolic form. Shaped like a J, this wooden wall hook has a classic, uncomplicated look. Thedesigner s clever interpretation of the iconic hook shape makes Curve intuitive in use. Its width and the defined texture of the wood add warmth, humour and personality to the design.
Curve accommodates many kinds of items, such a clothes, bags and accessories in a stylish way. Let Curve add a pure, Scandinavian feel to you hallway d or with three classic neutral colours or one of the cool blue tones inspired by glacier and the sea. You can create a graphic design on your wall by mounting a single hook, several in a row or by placing them in a pattern. /p>
Clean with a damp cloth. br>Max weight load: 15 kg.
Made from timber. Not suitable for outdoor use.
Jan Anderson and Poul Madsen teamed up to create the Normann Copenhagen brand in 1999 with a vision to make a difference in the design industry. Three years later they launched the first product, the lamp Norm 69. Within five years more than 38 products followed, as well as collaborations with established design names and new talent from around the world.
In 2005, Jan and Poul moved from a small design store at Strandboulevarden to an old 1700m2 cinema at Osterbro in Copenhagen. They were determined to create a unique retail environment that would add something new and exciting to Copenhagen. Today the store has not only won several prizes as the coolest design store in Copenhagen, but also serves as a platform for great parties, fashion events, art exhibitions as well as small happenings. Normann Copenhagen love to challenge the conventional design rules. This is why you will find traditional materials put into untraditional use such as a washing-up bowl in rubber, a vase made out of Silicon and last but not least a dog made out of plastic. Normann Copenhagen is a way of living - a mindset, a way to view the world in a new and different way.
Peter Johansen graduated from The Danish Design School (now the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design), the line of Furniture and Spatial Design, in 2004. He has received several grants from the Danish Arts Foundation. In 2005 he was responsible for the design of the Danish Design Centre’s cafe ’DANSK’ together with the design group ‘REMOVE’ .
Peter Johansen’s working process often involves modelling and experimenting in a scale of 1:1. He finds inspiration for his work in everyday life and materials and his immediate surroundings. In his own words, ’I guess I just have a habit of noticing my surroundings!’ He characterises his own work as logical and as a flirt with banality.
And as the son of a norwegian father and a swedish mother, Peter Johansen is a real mixture of a true Scandinavian.
Scandinavian in his spirit, modern in his expression.