The Danish designer Peter Johansen designed a wooden hook looking like the alphabetic character “J” for Normann Copenhagen. The Curve wall hook has a classic shape and it immediately reminds us of its function. The curves are responsible for a special refinement and they give precision to the oversized design. Curve is a wall hook in its most traditional and symbolic form. It carries several objects without any efforts like clothes, bags and accessories.
Reminding us of the classic Danish design of the 50s, Peter Johansen developed a wall hook with modern design. The starting idea was creating a normal shaped hook, whose appearance was adapted and refined. The wide shape and the clearly recognizable wooden structure gives warmth, humour and character to the design.
Peter Johansen explains: ”I always liked to hang things. I am fascinated by the form of hooks and finc the function it has interesting. Many stopped using the small hanging loop of their jackets. The hook has to be wider in order to save the clothes. The Curve hook is thought to be a humorous piece of utility at the wall. People can hang 1, 2, 3 or 10 of them for different purposes.”
The Curve clothes hook is made out of moulded wood and available in a Scandinavian cool range of colours. All the colours embellish the – often white – walls of corridors with the Nordic-clear expression. A graphic accent at the wall is achieved with one single hook, but several of them next to each other or resulting in a specific pattern enable a perfect decoration and utility image.