Coat Tree

Fritz Hansen – Sidse Werner, 1971

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Coat Tree Fritz Hansen – Sidse Werner, 1971
Coat Tree Fritz Hansen – Sidse Werner, 1971

Designed by Sidse Werner in 1971, Coat Tree is all about lightness and finesse, but we are surprised at the number of clothes and heavy objects that can be hung on it. With the simplicity and precision of its lines, the coat rack matches any room and any decor.

In 2019, Fritz Hansen revisits this classic by offering a wall-mounted version, available in two finishes: light gray and dark blue. Particularly suitable for smaller environments, where floor space is vital.

Coat Tree H196 x Ø65 cm Base diameter Ø28,5 cm
Coat Tree Wall H104 x W46 x D30 cm
Warranty Fritz Hansen offer up to 20 years limited warranty if you register your products online at fritzhansen.com/my-fh

Coat Tree Wall

Coat Tree Fritz Hansen – Sidse Werner, 1971
Coat Tree Fritz Hansen – Sidse Werner, 1971

Dark blue

Light grey

Coat Tree Wall

Coat Tree Fritz Hansen – Sidse Werner, 1971

Chrome

Sidse Werner

Sidse Werner

Sidse Werner (1931 - 1989) studied at the School of Architecture and Industrial Design in Copenhagen and worked for a few years as an assistant to Nanna Ditzel. In 1969, she received a scholarship from the National Bank of Denmark to study plastics production in the United States. From 1970, she ran her own design office, where she designed numerous pieces of furniture, textiles, glasses and lighting. Sidse Werner has also exhibited his work at exhibition centers in London, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Cologne, Frankfurt, Hanover, Tokyo, Stockholm and Milan. Notably known for her work with glass, she believed that this material would always be abundant, useful and bring incomparable beauty, regardless of fashions and other artificial products. The Glass Historical Society (Glashistorisk Selskab Holbæk in Danish) in Holbæk, Denmark exhibits many of Werner's works.
"Better to have one good thing than ten indifferents," she said.