These are the racks from our D12 collection, available in two sizes: high, for coats or towels, and low, for bags, garments or smaller objects. Designed by architect Marià Castelló, these pieces came to be as details designed for the Bosc d'en Pep Ferrer project, his own house on the island of Formentera. A house of minimalist character for which the architect conceived a whole collection of accessories, which also includes a shelf and two tables.
Elaborated with thin, 12 mm in diameter steel rod, a technical detail that gives the collection its name, D12 pieces are a collection of structures: basic and direct lines conceived with a function. The brief figure of these racks, with lines that point to multiple directions, means they can be used as minimal and ethereal elements that mimic the environment or, just the opposite: as a powerful accent of colour due, thanks to the wide and bright range of tones in which it is available.
All elements of the D12 collection are suitable for indoor and outdoor environments, therefore, for example, the high rack may also be used to hang pool towels.
All of the pieces can have many uses. The low rack can be used for handbags or hats, but also to hang a bike or motorbike helmet, gloves, etc.
Are you decorating an entryway? If so, we recommend you also take a look at the matching shelf. Perhaps you can put together a duo or a composition with several D12 elements.
If you are thinking of buying more than one, consider the possibility of getting different colours. The combination will work no matter what, because Diabla colours are designed to go well together. In addition, you may use our colour card to make sure that your choice chromatically harmonizes with your space.