The ‘dino’ clothes rack by by lincoln kayiwa: Looking like an organized bone structure, the ‘dino’ clothes rack has been designed by finnish based, Ugandan designer Lincoln Kayiwa. The hangers range in size to suit coats and jackets for adults and children. Made from plastic, hangers are evenly spaced to reduce friction and allow the independent movement between each. ‘dino’ can be used in public cloak rooms as each hanger is numbered.
About the designer: Lincoln Kayiwa was born in 1979 into an architectural family in Kampala, Uganda. He graduated as a Master of Arts from the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in 2007. Upon graduating he founded his own company – KAYIWA, which focuses on innovative, aesthetic and functional products; all intricately wrought with his signature objet d’art twist. His work has garnered remarkable international media coverage: in coffee table books, on design/lifestyle blogs, gracing magazine covers as well as numerous features in The New York Times, Livingetc, Elle, to mention but a few.