Fritz Hansen Coat Tree designed by Sidse Werner
Sidse Werner examined at the institution for architecture and industrial layout in Copenhagen. For some years she worked as assistant in the drawing workplace of Nanna Ditzel. In 1969 she obtained the Danish National Bank's Jubilee structure research study legacy to research plastic manufacturing in the UNITED STATE. From 1970 she had her very own drawing workplace. Sidse Werner has actually exhibited in London, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Perfume, Frankfurt, Hannover, Tokyo, Stockholm and Milan.Fritz Hansen Coat TreeDesigned by Danish designer Sidse Werner in 1971, the Fritz Hansen Coat Plant is both stunning and useful. The Fritz Hansen Coat Tree comes in stainlessed steel with black round knobs and 3 powder covered variations: multicoloured, multi-grey or white, all with matching round knobs.