[dropcap size=big]U[/dropcap]krainian architect and designer Vladimir Pashkov, of Pashkov Design recently shared with us one of his product design projects, a multifunctional hanger series named “Kuklovod”. The series features 3 different types of hangers each with the same unique aesthetic. A floor standing version, a table top version and a pendant version all of which feature a unique “boy” or “girl” mannequin, a nod to the name “Kuklovod” which means “Puppeteer” in english.
“Usual shelf with hooks wouldn’t satisfy me. At the same time it was desirable to save space on the floor for shoes or other furniture”, – Vladimir Pashkov
The Kiev based designer initially developed the object for himself for the space of a small flat which could also cater to guests who came by to visit. The first iteration of the hanger turned out to be the pendant version which was able to make the best us of the available space without obstructing movement through his flat. However, restrictions to the pendant’s installation from a broader scope, led to the development of the 2 additional models:
– floorstanding on tripod and floorstanding with adjustable height
– table top on a low stand
This collection was thus able to fit with every possible space requirement, making the kuklovod a functional product that also doubles as a contemporary sculpture.
“Mannequins” are made of wood with laquer finishing or glossy paint.
Rods are from stainless steel or painted metal.
Tabletop features a marble base.
For Frame anchors should be used for mounting to the ceiling.
For dropped ceilings reinforcement should be provided.
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