If you name the essential parts of a coat rack, you end up with a base, a shaft and pegs. The Forminvaders Slice Garderobe has all of these things, yet the latter two are made from the same piece of material. Without carving offshoots from the oak, the designer found a clever way to efficiently work the material.
The rounded wooden post that makes up the body of the hatrack has simply been severed in six places at 45-degree angles. The segments are then reattached with obvious offsetting that produces little hooks in the sections' tips. This staggered assembly occurs all the way up the length of the Slice wardrobe stand, providing you with seven places over which to sling your things. Andreas Müller-Eissing's Slice Garderobe can be evenly dressed from bottom to top.