Lande (Coat Stand) by Fabrizio Constanza
2012 - 2013, Silver A' Furniture and Homeware Design Award Winner
Inspiration
The Lande Coat Stand was inspired by the corporate world. Corporate people move on a fast pace environment; they like to look good, dress good and love their designer belongings. The Lande Coat Stand was created to be a functional, energetic and sophisticated.
Creativity
The Coat Stand was designed like a highly decorative and functional office sculpture, a fusion of art and function. The composition was thought out to maintain and protect today most iconic corporate garment, the Blazer. The end result is a very energetic and sophisticated piece. In close examination it can be analyzed on four areas: The Hanger, the pole, the base, and the color. The Hanger supports the garment efficiently maintaining its form, hiding much of the hanger characteristics. The pole (the long curved stem) main objective is to grab the viewer attention and keep it away from the hanger. The base was designed to bring stability. Its weight and volume are at its lowest gravity point to stabilize the product, yet small and light for reduction of shipping costs. To conclude Lande can be color customized to the client preferences.
Design Challenges
Fabrizio Constanza did not encounter any design challenges while designing the award winning Lande Coat Stand.
Production Technology
The Lande is manufacture out of high density foam or MDF, CNC router, and fiberglass coat. It is fully color paint customized to match the client’s favorite car, motorbike, boat.
       
     
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