The daily ritual of dressing takes centre stage with this modern valet stand.
The arching clothes rail, which incorporates a full-length mirror and vanity shelf, builds on his previous explorations of creating structures that work to define a larger space.
The all-encompassing dressing unit forms a worthy alternative to what might be typically found in the bedroom. Despite its straightforwardness, there is a theatrical thread in the piece –from the front most of the stretched wooden rail is hidden from view.
Jonah Takagi received a BFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. After several years of life on the road as a touring musician, Jonah founded his studio in 2010. He has exhibited work throughout Europe and America and counts among his clients such brands as Kvadrat (DK), Roll and Hill (US), Le Klint (DK), Design Within Reach (US), Umbra Shift (CA), Matter (US), La Chance (FR) and Hem (SE).