Sometimes we don't like to install utilitarian objects on our walls for fear of how they'll look when not in use. Tomohiko Sato solves this dilemma in the coat rack by designing his with retractable teeth that fall into a textural expanse of treated wood when closed.
This piece was designed for Foundry, which is a collection of interior objects from around the globe. With differently-sized hooks so as not to cram your hanging valuables together, Rack Your Brain is also wall-mounted so it doesn't take up any space in your floorplan.
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