The Sine Collection by Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho first gained acclaim when its was unveiled during Stockholm Furniture Fair. The fair's Green House Exhibition is gives young up-and-coming designers the opportunity to showcase their latest prototypes and models.
Standing out from their fellow exhibitors was easy for designers Erik Olovsson and Kyuhyung Cho whose Sine Collection featured four clothing rail systems of different colors and sizes.
The concept behind the Sine clothing storage system is inspired by "the mathematical term for a wave with a perfectly even oscillation." In this case, a wave on top of each clothing rail allows clothes to be hung evenly and efficiently.
"The collection also includes a range of clothes hangers, belts and scarves, as well as a little hanging bowls that are designed to store smaller accessories."
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