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Pauline Deltour amazes once again with an article that combines lightness and stability. Behind its lightweight, linear design, the “Pierrot” coat stand is surprisingly steady. “Pierrot” is easy to assemble, the different pieces slotting into the holes on the joints for simple completion. The secret behind its stability lies in the alignment of the three legs with the six little rods that act as clothes pegs. Each of the six pegs can hold up to five kilos of clothes without any loss of stability. The “Pierrot” is made from beech wood and comes in two versions: with white or dark grey joints.
Pauline Deltour (born in 1983, Landerneau, France) Studied applied art and design at the Olivier de Serres (ENSAAMA) in Paris (2001-3) and holds a bachelors degree in industrial design from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD) in Paris, (2004-6). Between 2006-2009, worked as a designer and a project leader at Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design in Munich and as of winter 2009 running her own design studio in Munich, Germany. Currently working on a wide range of commissions from industrial products and furniture through jewellery and exhibition design to public spaces. Among her clients are: Alessi, BREE, MUJI, The city of Munich. www.paulinedeltour.com