Designer Arash Eskafi has designed the perfect solution for those of you out there who are notorious for piling up worn clothes in a corner, on the floor, or a mile high in the laundry basket. Only this apparatus isn’t aimed at changing your habits– it is more so focused on creating a more structural work of art from it all.
“Berg” is a piece of furniture created from a study of how people interact with their space within the first 5 minutes of returning home, only to strip off layers of clothing. With 9 rows of formed metal already shaped into a figurative mountain (or iceberg of sorts) it provides the perfect foundation for piling up those layers of garments with a positive association instead of having an otherwise negative reaction. Create art out of a particularly messy habit.