Design Objects - Hang It All (about 1953)

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HANG IT ALL was made of varnished wire and colored wooden balls, created to help kids get organized with their clothes, and make them find a place for every item they have: coat, scarves, and gloves, but also for roller skates and other playground games. These colorful wooden balls float in different directions and different heights typically to an infant environment.

This hanger is incomplete and useful until your child chooses to hang on something to it: as an empty frame, it encourages creativity and participation. During all their productive career, Charles and Ray Eames, have always kept vivid their interest to experiment with new materials and methods of production, to find the best ways to satisfy consumer’s needs. This item reaches the needs and purpose of the organization in a kid’s room; at the same time, also finding an economical way to series production by simultaneously welding iron wires.

Initially, this item was produced simultaneously by Tigrett Enterprises Playhouse Division and by Herman Miller, since its release in 1953 until 1961. Afterward, Herman Miller and Vitra Design Museum have put it back into production in most recent years (1994), where we can find it until today.

A playful item to help your kids get organized effortlessly.

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