Riddle magazine rack

The perfect way to store and display your much-loved magazines the Riddle Magazine Hanger by Swedese is clean and contemporary. Turn your magazines into pieces of art and easily reference them whenever you need with this clever design.
Price Guide : From $310
Availabilty : 12-14 weeks

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designer country of origin warranty
Isaac Chen Sweden 5 years

dimensions

width height depth
67 cm 60 cm 5 cm

material

Lacquered birch wood with inner steel strengthener for wall fixing. Wooden balls with rubber rings on polyester string.

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Isaac Chen

Making the ordinary unknown. Isaac Chen’s design is based on elemental relationships – gravity, mass and shape. Drawing on the familiar, he transcends the ordinary for our interactions with objects and the space they occupy. In his magazine hanger Riddle for Swedese, Isaac Chen illustrates gravity. Magazines are hung on their own weight via string and stoppers just like inserting bookmarks. The idea is to create awareness and to deepen our understanding of what we already know.

Isaac Chen was born in Taiwan in 1983 and grew up in Vancouver, Canada,where he received his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering. After working as an engineer in Taiwan, he continued his studies at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan where he received his Master of Fine Arts in 3D Design – finding his own design voice.

 

Isaac Chen has exhibited in Detroit, New York, Tokyo and at the Villa Noailles in Hyeres. Since graduating he has found a home in New York where he continues to develop his studio work through exploration of the fundamental elements.

Isaac Chen was born in Taiwan in 1983 and grew up in Vancouver, Canada,where he received his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering. After working as an engineer in Taiwan, he continued his studies at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan where he received his Master of Fine Arts in 3D Design – finding his own design voice.
 
Isaac Chen has exhibited in Detroit, New York, Tokyo and at the Villa Noailles in Hyeres. Since graduating he has found a home in New York where he continues to develop his studio work through exploration of the fundamental elements.