Angle Hook MFR ID: FR3305
Angle Hook 0 Furniture Form & Refine

Angle Hook

By Herman Studio, for Form & Refine

Angle Hook

By Herman Studio, For Form & Refine

$35.00 - $45.00

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MFR ID: FR3305 | ITEM #: FNR1176626

Angle Hook

MFR ID: FR3305

Item #: FNR1176626

Designed by Herman StudioRead Bio

The Angle Hook has been created from a single piece of lathe turned solid steel/brass. The grid surface provides a structure that is pleasant to the touch and keeps clothes and towels from slipping off. Depending on your preference you can either let it patinate, so it attains a darker shade, or keep it polished and shiny. The hook is also well-suited as a handle on drawers, cupboards, etc.

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Finish: Black, Brass, Steel


    • Finish: Brass
    • Size: 0.79"W x 0.79"H x 1.1"D
    • Shipping Weight: 0.14 lbs
    • Product Weight: 72.75 lbs
    • Materials: Steel  
        • Country of Origin: Denmark
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      Founded in 2018 by Helle Herman Mortensen, Jonas Herman Pedersen and Lasse Lund Lauridsen, Form & Refine is a Danish design company focused on preserving the earth and its cultures. Materials and craftsmen are carefully chosen to create fair and respectful partnerships that will produce long-lasting and sustainable products. Inspired by traditional Nordic Design, Form & Refine strives to tell a story through design while letting the materials shine.

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      About Herman Studio

      Herman Studio was founded in 2012 by the two architects, Helle Herman Mortensen and Jonas Herman Pedersen. Their work spans from textile, ceramics, lighting and furniture design to interior design. A characteristic feature of their design is their focus on the objects' contours. By working with a distinctive outline for each object, the craftsmanship allows the design to stand out whilst remaining simple and readily recognizable. Their great passion for design and their appreciation of aesthetic principles are complimentary to their use of traditional materials and methods. They work in an iterative process between sketches, models and prototypes. Their design process begins with the detailed study of construction methods, an approach which plays a central role throughout the design process. The workshop is therefore an essential part of their studio.

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