Sine Clothes Rail by Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho
One of the must see’s during Stockholm Furniture Fair is the Green House Exhibition where young up and coming designers show prototypes and models alike. And a project that stood out this year was the Sine Collection by Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho.
The name Sine derives from the mathematical term for a wave with a perfectly even oscillation. Hence the wave that is the top of the clothes rail makes sure that the clothes is evenly hung. “Our focus was to explore different senses of form and object, loose and tight, bold and thin, heavy and light to find our own contrast and balance,” explains the designers.
The collection also includes a range of clothes hangers, belts and scarves, as well as a little hanging bowl for accessories.
Materials are an aluminium rail with a solid marble chunk to balance at the base.
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