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Coat Dots

Hella Jongerius, 2013


The Coat Dots are small, colourful wooden balls that attach to the wall, creating cheerful accents in kitchens and bathrooms, as well as in entrance areas and cloak rooms. They can be grouped in free arrangements or in linear rows of three or more balls to make an attractive wall sculpture. When the need arises, the Coat Dots can be used to hang things on: each ball is mounted on an extendable aluminium pin that can be pulled slightly away from the wall, thus providing a handy hook for coats, jackets or hangers. Thanks to their vivid colours, the Coat Dots are pleasing eye-catchers.

As part of her work on the Vitra Colour Library, Hella Jongerius designed the Coat Dots in three colour groups with finely nuanced shades of red, green or white. The Coat Dots are available in sets of three, including hardware fittings for self-assembly.

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This product was designed by
Hella Jongerius
The Dutch designer Hella Jongerius lives and works in Berlin. She founded the Jongeriuslab studio in 1993 and began collaborating with Vitra in 2004. Since then, she has not only contributed a substantial number of designs to the continually expanding Vitra Home Collection, but has also applied her expertise in the realm of colours and materials to the Vitra Colour & Material Library.
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