Eames - Hang It All Hook
Both Charles and Ray Eames (1907-1978 and 1912-1988) loved designing for children. As well as their furniture and architectural projects, they developed toys, games, puzzles and children's furniture like the jolly Hang-It-All.
Designed in 1953, the Hang-It-All was produced using the same welding technology with which the Eames had designed their famous Wire Chairs. The wire framework and brightly coloured wooden balls were intended to hang children's clothes, toys, and bags.
The Hang-It-All Hook is a Design Museum Shop classic, a much imitated original piece of design manufactured by Vitra.
50cm wide x 38cm high x 17cm deep