Clerkenwell Design Week London May 2014 is only 5 weeks away -so we thought it would be good to get things started by sharing some colourful and fresh design from Scandinavia. Yellow easter mood board from Muuto, all the things you need to make a pretty store, including ther head of visual Anders at &OtherStories, display of fresh blue and green design goodies from Noramnn Copenhagen and some lovely graphic elements, perfect for Easter by Ferm Living. Enjoy!
The Toj is a clothing rack with an industrial and simple expression designed by Simon Legald, and it’s the newest addition to Norman Copenhagen’s furniture collection. The idea behind Toj is to have easy access to your wardrobe and to have your favourite pieces on display, to have a coordinated wardrobe where no garment will be sitting in the dark untouched and unused. If you have a wardrobe you’re proud of -why not show it off!? Simon Legald explains: “I wanted to design a clothes rail that could be displayed openly – a piece that was more furniture than a basic rail for clothes. Toj works well in many different environments since its expression is clean and minimalist, and it is the individual person who gives Toj character.”
© Toj Clothing Rack by Normann Copenhagen
The Toj consists of a skeleton, hanging rail and shelf providing space for clothes, shoes and bags. It’s produced in two different sizes both in ash wood with white or grey shelves and will be available from August 2012.
Spotted by Normann Copenhagen