The hangers are attached on the wall. Their front is made out of copper, the body is formed out of timber. The interaction of the two materials results in a combination that highlights each materials property. Personal items are dangling on the hangers. In relation to their environment, may it be a wall or a storage unit, the focal point of the hanger, the front, gets the highest attention. This compliments the objects to which they are added to - increasing their aesthetic nature and usability.

Three varieties of timber were used to satisfy the haptic, while the copper front adds the strong visual component. Both surfaces are only minimally processed, so that a patina can arise over time. Copper is a material that brings many advantages with its physical properties, especially in technical applications. Producing interior furnishings out of copper also has high aesthetic value and appeal.