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Reflections on architecture


November 3rd, 2015

A little collaboration project we've been involved with recently.

Currently at prototype stage, Snagi is designed and handmade in Iceland by Architect-maker and GRAS collaborator Vifill Magnusson.

It is a multi-purpose hook cut from solid American white oak. The oak is first laminated in long strips to form the hook’s profile before it is cut across its length into 'V' and 'A' shapes to provide two models for different purposes. Originally designed to hold a mobile phone, owners have found multiple uses including coat hooks, glasses stand or bedside book holder.

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