The minimalist Nadia coat stand by Matsuso T is constructed from wooden poles with equall diameter. The coat stand has a neat look in addition to an expansive impression reminiscent of trees. This impression is even stronger when two or more stands are placed right next to each other, creating a little forest.
The stand, aswell as the other pieces of the Nadia series, has been developed by focusing on a particular method, known as 'kumiki', which uses interlocking construction techniques.
Many of the woodworking techniques used by Japanese carpenters originate from Japanse shopwrights. The maritime industry has been a driving force behind the innovation of wood construction for centuries and with the Nadia series the creators wanted to give an affectionate nod towards the wooden vessels of times gone by.