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Saturn Coatstand des. Barber Osgerby, 2007 (made by ClassiCon)

£995.00

A sculptural, cheerfully dancing object that makes a perfect coat stand. Saturn's generous wooden arches provide the ideal place to hang coats, jackets and caps. Saturn is also equipped to handle formal occasions: on every arch are two metal hooks to hang coats the conventional way on hangers. Whichever way you prefer – you have an eye-catching coat stand at your service.

Seen here in a black laquered beech finish,  price £ 995 plus delivery which is calculated at checkout. At the time of writing this specification is in stock. Also available to order in solid beech, black stained or solid oak or walnut, with clear varnish. Black metal hooks. email sales@thehomeonline.co.uk / 01274 530770, 6-8 weeks lead time on made to order items. 

165 cm high. Max width 59cm. 

About Barber Osgerby

Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their East London studio in 1996, after studying architecture together at the Royal College of Art. For over two decades their work has challenged the boundaries of design in this country and abroad, while their commitment to lecturing, workshops and studio practice supports the development of new generations of designers.

Barber and Osgerby’s approach is characterised by its emphasis on experimentation and innovation and an exploratory attitude to materiality and colour. From these areas of focus emerge solutions that reflect the close relationship of their work with industrial processes and new technologies, but also its affinities with fine art, illustrated most clearly in large-scale installations such as Double Space (2014) - a series of revolving mirrors suspended from the ceiling of the Raphael Gallery in the V&A - and Forecast (2016) - a wind-powered work installed at Somerset House, as part of the first London Design Biennale.