A creative clothes rack designed to save space.

Made for contemporary living spaces and nomadic lifestyles, the new Ugao clothes rack bends form and function in a minimalist design. Created by Zagreb-based design office Simon Morasi Piperčić for Ligne Roset, the rack is practical and sculptural at the same time. Rather than fading into the background, it becomes a part of the decor. The design puts a focus on convenience while also offering a great solution to bring more fun into a room. Specifically designed for corners, the minimalist clothes rack makes the most of a space that would otherwise remain unused.

Thanks to its wall mount installation, Ugao allows the user to adjust the height as needed. The minimalist clothes rack features a continuous steel loop with a wooden rod that offers space for coat hangers. Attached to the wall on two sides, Ugao creates a sculptural shape and doubles as a decorative object. The simple design also works well in entrance hallways, living rooms, or bedrooms, whether in compact or spacious living spaces. Finally, the Ugao minimalist clothes rack is a perfect fit for those with a nomadic lifestyle. The user can remove the rack easily and ship it flat-packed to a new home. Photographs© Simon Morasi Piperčić.

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