Line Depping’s coat hook from the MINDCRAFT12 exhibition has now become part of the acclaimed WRONG FOR HAY collection.

WRONG FOR HAY is a new design venture. A collaboration between Danish design brand HAY and London-based designer Sebastian Wrong. WRONG FOR HAY had its debut at the 2013 London Design Festival with a collection of items, ranging from lighting to furniture, textiles and accessories. The debut collection shows London’s global sphere of influence, offering a selection of new products from both established and emerging designers.

Hook by Line Depping
‘Hook’ is a large wooden coat hook. It was part of the MINDCRAFT12 exhibition, which was curated by designer Cecilie Manz and presented in Milan during Fuori Salone 2012.

Designer Line Depping (b. 1978) drew inspiration from bentwood furniture and other coat hooks in steam- bent wood. ‘Hook’ accommodates the casual as well as the neat and tidy. It is intended both for casually discarded jackets and for hangers with freshly ironed clothes.

MINDCRAFT is the name of an exhibition concept that Danish Crafts has presented in Milan and London since 2008. The exhibitions show experimental and innovative works by some of Denmark’s leading craftspeople and designers. The most recent exhibition – MINDCRAFT13 – was presented in Ventura Lambrate during the Milan design week, April 2013.

Hook by Line Depping – MINDCRAFT12
MINDCRAFT12 in Milan