It may not be enough to simply have objects to help organize other objects, for those order-enhancing apparatuses might require tidying up themselves. The concept behind the Storable Coat Rack is likely a foreign one to anyone other than complete neat freaks but it doesn't make the piece any less delightful.
Bran Vanderbeke's design is based around a rectangular metal box that acts as the steady footing for the spine of the clothes hooks. It is from the hole in its center that a tower of tiny wooden cylinders can be stacked one atop the other to form a tall stem. White branching attachments allow twig-like pegs to be applied to the Storable Coat Rack, from which various garments can be hung. When the object is not needed, all of the pieces can be easily stowed inside the compact box.