The Chopstick Coatrack Is Simply Constructed From Interlocking Stakes

By: Amelia Roblin - Oct 1, 2014
References: danilocalvache & leibal
The Chopstick Coatrack is proof that simplicity and functionality can go comfortably hand in hand in the domain of furniture design. This basic contraption is assembled from three wooden components that can hold themselves together without any hardware or adhesives.

The Danilo Calvache Design Studio manufactured the pieces from plywood, using CNC milling technology to make smooth and straight cuts along the edges. The two primary sections have a pair of legs that gradually spread, creating the shape of a tipi when the coat hanger is put together.

Of course, the name of the Chopstick Coatrack references the other idea expressed by this organizational stand: the object looks like two pairs of Asian eating utensils that have been pinched together. This lovely and scrumptious design would certainly add flavor to your decor, all the while appealing to much subtler tastes.