The designer Simon Legald designed a wardrobe for Normann Copenhagen whose clear shape is influenced by industrial design. Function is emphasised and the simple construction out of frame and board offers a lot of space for clothes, shoes, and bags.
The idea behind TOJ: Transferring the wardrobe outwards. Simon Legald extremely reduced the minimalist construction. A frame, clothes rod, and a deposit board remained. The hole pattern of the board makes a vivid shadows game on the floor. Simon Legald explains: “I wanted to design a clothes rack which would be presentable – a piece of furniture and not only a tube to hang clothes on. TOJ fits excellently in many different surroundings, since the form is clear and minimalist. The TOJ’s character is given to it by its user.”
TOJ can be delivered in two sizes with shelf-boards in white or grey.