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Matégot Coat Rack
Made-to-Order. Estimated ship date: 2/6-2/20

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A sculptural coat rack, designed in the 1950s by French-Hungarian designer Mathieu Matégot.
Mathieu Matégot was a pioneering mid-century designer, best known for his innovative metal-working techniques. Matégot was the first person to combine metal tubing with perforated sheet metal – a process he called “rigitulle.”

This three-pronged coat rack is a wonderful example of his playful, and joyous designs. Made from brass and powder-coated steel, the coat rack comes equipped with mounting hardware.

Produced in Denmark by Gubi – a Copenhagen-based purveyor of historic and contemporary designs. Certified authentic and produced to the designer’s original specifications.
Origin: Denmark
Refund Policy: This item is refundable within 14 days of delivery. Read more
+  Dimensions
Overall: 15"W x 7.9"D x 13.4"H
Knobs: 2.6"D
+  Materials
Powder coated painted steel, brass
+  Notes
  • Mounting hardware included.
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
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About the Designer
Mathieu Matégot
Mathieu Matégot (1910 - 2001) was a Hungarian designer and architect, who settled in France after completing his studies in Budapest. He's known for lighthearted, playful designs paired with groundbreaking techniques, including his patented use of metal tubing with perforated sheet metal.

After setting up two production workshops (one in Paris, the other in Morocco), Matégot abruptly ended his furniture-making career in 1959. He closed both shops to pursue tapestries, which he continued through the end of his career.
He’s known for lighthearted, playful designs paired with groundbreaking techniques...
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