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Four Leaves Coat Stand

By Edward Barber, from Magis
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Design by Barber and Osgerby, 2010.
Made in Italy by Magis.

The Four Leaves Coat Stand provides a stylish place for hanging coats. The oblong-shaped hooks, created from die-cast aluminum, offer a broad supporting area for hanging items. These hooks are supported by an aluminum tube and a die-cast aluminum weighted base. Add stylish storage to a modern foyer with the Four Leaves Coat Stand. Also available in a version with umbrella stand.

Dimensions
  • 63"H X 1.4"Dia
  • Umbrella Stand Height: 19.7"H
Material(s)
Aluminum
Item Number
MAG-XXAC7
Model(s)
XXAC710 XXAC700

Design by Barber and Osgerby, 2010.
Made in Italy by Magis.

The Four Leaves Coat Stand provides a stylish place for hanging coats. The oblong-shaped hooks, created from die-cast aluminum, offer a broad supporting area for hanging items. These hooks are supported by an aluminum tube and a die-cast aluminum weighted base. Add stylish storage to a modern foyer with the Four Leaves Coat Stand. Also available in a version with umbrella stand.

Magis

Founded in 1976, Italian designer Eugenio Perazza began the first steps towards building an international design laboratory. In Latin, Magis means "more than" and that is exactly what Magis delivers while focusing on using less materials and energy. Always perched on the cutting edge, Perazza was named as "one of ten who will change the way we live."

In 1984, Magis experienced enormous success with their product Step. This ladder was snubbed upon initial release because it was not an item considered "worthy" of the furniture store circuit. However, the product met with tremendous success, especially in furniture stores, and Magis' fire was lit.

In 2004, Magis introduced their venture into the realm of children. Inspired by his granddaughter's propensity for drawing and a lack of appropriate children's desks, Eugenio Perazza conceived the Me Too Collection. He began by searching out designers who could think like a child and all the products in the collection earned Perazza's granddaugter's approval before going into production. The Me Too Collection features bright and innovative pieces that stimulate and engage children's perceptions. Me Too is about: "I'm here too and I deserve my place in the world."

By embracing the creativity of leading global designers and incorporating leading technology into the mass production of unique objects and furniture, Magis has garnered many awards and their Bottle project has earned a place in the permanent collections of many contemporary art museums.

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Edward Barber

Edward Barber was born in Shrewsbury, U.K. in 1969 and graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London with a Master in Architecture. He began a collaboration with fellow designer Jay Osgerby while they were students at RACA.

Barber & Osgerby have worked across a wide range of disciplines to create everything from furniture, lighting and household products to restaurants, shops, drinks bottles and electronic products for companies based in Europe, Asia, North and South America.

From their studio in Trellick Tower, West London, they first designed the Loop Table, produced by Isokon in 1997, which led to a long-term collaboration with the furniture company, Cappellini.

They were also jointly named "Designers of the Future" with Established & Sons at Design Basel/Miami in June 2006. And their work can be found in many permanent collections including the V&A Museum, London, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Design Museum, London.

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Jay Osgerby

Jay Osgerby was born in Oxford, U.K. in 1969. He studied at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design and graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London with a Master in Architecture. He began a collaboration with fellow designer Jay Osgerby while they were students at RACA.

Barber & Osgerby have worked across a wide range of disciplines to create everything from furniture, lighting and household products to restaurants, shops, drinks bottles and electronic products for companies based in Europe, Asia, North and South America.

From their studio in Trellick Tower, West London, they first designed the Loop Table, produced by Isokon in 1997, which led to a long-term collaboration with the furniture company, Cappellini.

They were also jointly named "Designers of the Future" with Established & Sons at Design Basel/Miami in June 2006. And their work can be found in many permanent collections including the V&A Museum, London, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Design Museum, London.

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