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Diagonal / Hanger

Diagonal
Diagonal

iF concept design award

iF concept design award

Using the uniqueness of the space called corner, I applied the balance of power and physical elements such as gravity to a hanger in order to offer a diagonal line to the standard living space composed of perpendicular and horizontal lines. The hanger itself can't have a significant meaning by itself and the space ''corner'' is just a dark space until the hanger is situated. Once the hanger is placed into the corner, it takes up its function as a hanger and the corner with ''diagonal'' gains new value. Despite the fact that closets exist, old hangers couldn't bring out what the users wanted and led them to pile up clothes in the corner of the house.

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Design

Cha Il Gu

Cha Il Gu
London, United Kingdom