Sticks is a simple and solid oak hook designed by the Belgian designer Benoît Deneufbourg. The simple construction made of three sticks creates a functional and decorative hook providing various options for hanging clothes.
The Sticks hook has obvious connotations to architecture with its simple, clean lines. Benoît Deneufbourg is fascinated by triangular roof constructions and intersecting beams that create angles, shapes and space. This is precisely where the designer has found his inspiration for Sticks.
Benoît Deneufbourg explains: ”The Sticks hook is surprising and simple in its form. It is a hook that brings an unexpectedly playful element to the interior design, and it lets the user hang his or her items in many different ways.”
Design: Benoît Deneufbourg
Born in 1977 at La Louvière (Belgium), Benoît Deneufbourg studied interior architecture at Saint-Luc Brussels.
B.dnb designStudio was launched in 2004 and based in Brussels. B.dnb designStudio covers a wide range of disciplines like designing furniture, lighting and accessories, and also interior design, installations and graphic design. Benoit Deneufbourg also teaching in a Brussels art school.
“I design with a simple approach that aspires to innovate by finding simple and effective solutions. I am fascinated with materials and manufacturing processes. I consider design as a research laboratory on forms, materials and techniques.“