Craighill Bozeman Coat Rack
An ideal solution for apartment living, the Bozeman Coat Rack is elegant, unadorned, and fits nicely in tight spaces. Comprised of a snaking, curvilinear stainless steel wire and a precisely milled brass or steel mounting bar, it’s a choice new home for coats, bags, and beyond.
In order to establish a consistent visual rhythm and even spacing between hooks, the snaking form relies almost entirely on ½” radial bends. The formed steel wire is then hung on a precisely milled mounting bar, which affixes to the wall. The mounting bar features two carefully placed grooves that allow the bent wire to nest within it both visually and physically, snugly locking everything in place and preventing any sliding or rotational motion.
The Bozeman Coat Rack is named for its resemblance to an antler rack, which co-designer Dylan Fareed was captivated by as a child while visiting Bozeman, MT. An ideal solution for apartment living, it’s elegant, unadorned, and fits nicely in tight spaces. For more expansive environs, multiple units can be arranged in close proximity to accommodate ever more coats and umbrellas. It’s also well suited for kitchen or bathroom use.
Comprised of a ¼” stainless steel wire and a ⅝” brass or stainless steel mounting bar, the coat rack weighs 2 lbs and measures 9” x 6.5” x 2.5”. The initial release will be limited to 20 units.
- Designed by Hunter Craighill and Dylan Fareed for General Manufacturing Concern
- 9" H x 6.5" W x 3.5" D
- 2 lb
- Stainless Steel and Brass
- Wire formed in Ohio, Mounting Bar milled in Rhode Island
- Assembly required, assembly instructions included