HI Hangers by Mathery Studio and Dale Hardiman
by Harry / September 18, 2014
Metal rods bent in a continuous wave, in the form of an H and I, explore the presentation of clothing.


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Details: A collaborative work by Mathery Studio and Australian designer Dale Hardiman, a HI set of structures consists of an H and I form that, like the frame of an artwork, showcase clothing "in all its glory" say the designers.

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"Resting against a wall, the H is immediately accessible with five horizontal rods that allow for versatile placement of garments. The I stands as a lofty solitary platform waiting to be adorned with the most prized ensemble."

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"Garments, too often hidden away in a dark wardrobe, become a feature upon the HI Hangers."

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Source: Photos by Mathery Studio, garments supplied by Kloke.

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