Lattice Fence, 2011 kkaarrlls for ECHTWALD
Wer Philipp Drexlers Garderobe Jägerzaun als eine Reminiszenz an die berühmt-berüchtigte Einfriedung deutscher Einfamilienhausgrundstücke interpretiert, liegt knapp daneben.
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It might be tempting to take Philipp Drexlers Lattice Fence coatrack as a nod to the famous (or infamous) fence surrounding a typical German detached family home. But this would be missing the mark. The appearance of Drexlers steel-wire rack, measuring 90 cm x 60 cm x 15 cm, does recall the classical appearance of the rustic fence, but there the similarity ends. What inspired Philipp Drexler was the way passersby would sometimes repurpose the traditional three-layered structure of diagonal and horizontal wooden rods as a place to deposit their trashby tucking it into the lozenge-like compartments in the fence. This is what inspired Drexlers filigree transformation, in which the structure of the fence is broken down into angles, hooks, and straight lines that together offer a much larger variety of repositories than any real fence ever could.
kkaarrlls for ECHTWALD
Powder-coated round-bar steel
90 x 60 x 15 cm