The Tusciao Valet Stand Takes the Silhouettes of Row Houses in Italy

By: Amelia Roblin - Feb 10, 2015
References: formabilio & design-milk
While basic mounted hooks on the wall would certainly be practical, this architectural clothes rack facilitates something more. This endearing piece exercises the opportunity to use decor to bring functionality and delight to your interior organization system.

Designer Andrea Brugnera created Tusciao for Formabilio, with inspiration from Italian architecture. The tall frame-like components all appear to resemble the outlines of the standard shapes of urban homes, typically erected high and close together. One seems to have a pitched roof, another has a flat top, and the third has a deeply crenelated crown that provides great practicality. The trio can be arranged freely and fastened together with thin metal rods for stability. Place this architectural clothes rack anywhere in the bedroom, the bathroom or the front foyer, and use it for towels, garments, coats, scarves and more.