Hang Your Chair

The “Hanger Chair” is a folding chair based on one of the ultimate storage systems: the modest hanger. It allows us to store clothes in an orderly fashion. Most houses or flats are equipped with a wardrobe to receive the object. By morphing the function of the hanger with that of the folding chair, a new hybrid is born: a Hanger Chair that has a function, even when not in use, to store our clothes in an orderly fashion.

Designer: Philippe Malouin


  • Andrew Flynn says:

    The Design of this for being something that is a stow-away seems a bit excessive. I would have expected a more wireframe design.

  • Ian says:

    Neat idea. But if you buy one for each one of your shirts you need to slapped.

  • zuy says:

    it’s an Eindhoven student with great potential… Its more easy to dvp “art design” for galleries than furniture design , product design and industrial design….

  • Christine says:

    Clever hybrid although I find this more of a “just for fun” type of product. Where do I put my clothes if I need to unfold these chairs for guests to sit on?

  • Shiella says:

    Very creative.Practice and roomless…Suitable for small apartment.

  • Jove says:

    Absolutely beautiful. In design, three major factors almost always define reception, even subtly: Practicality, elegance, and communication of function. All three are here presented; excellent work. Now, if these were manufactured from reconstituted packaging material or composite recycled fiber, it’s a winner on all fronts.

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