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Recently we have received information about a simple fresh and rather delicious wall coat hanger, designed by Italian designer Andrea Brugnera, the coat hanger materializes in a multitude of shapes with individual servitude whilst maintaining the same design line and be identified as a ensemble, the designer further relates:
“Frolle are delicious wall coat hanger made of wood with chocolate or cream glaze finish. As in the shortbread boxes, every set contains different cookie shapes. “Yummy” gift idea or a playful, tasty way to furnish and to make out the most of the wall of any room. Cream or chocolate? Frolle is a set of delicious wall hangers/hooks made of wood with different shapes dipped into cream or chocolate lacquer. Frolle and its packaging reminds of assorted shortbread boxes, so tasty and inviting. The fixing is extremely easy, with different types of “cookie” and “icing” it makes out the most of the wall space, Perfect for the entry hall as coat hangers but also in the kitchen, dining room, bedroom, even in the bathroom. Frolle is a mouthwatering gift idea, to share with friends or to enjoy alone when space is never enough.”
Frolle is produced for Formabilio by Ivo Fontana Mobili and it can be found on their website for purchase.
Photo Credits: Airprod | Aurelio Toscano
Designer`s Short Biography
“I was born in Treviso in 1980. In 2009 I earned the degree in “Industrie del Legno” (Wood industries) at the University of Padua with the thesis “Honeycomb cardboard furniture”, subject that have led me to specialize in cardboard installations and kids furniture. Since 2004, simultaneously to my university studies, I am working at Luciano Bertoncini Studio, dealing with design and representation in the Architecture, industrial design and brand identity field; With the Master Bertoncini I am learning every day the design profession and its aspects at 360°, from the idea, sometimes just a dream, to production. I love to design and I like to manufacture by myself, if possible, the prototypes that I draw, getting my hands and glasses dirty. I prefer to use wood for my projects, because it spreads color and nature.”