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Hanging Out by Daniel Emma for Cos

South Australian design duo Daniel Emma have created a display installation for international fashion brand Cos inspired by the classic white shirt.

The installation features three furniture pieces, which include the Loop table, part of Daniel Emma’s ‘Home’ edition that was chosen to contend for the 2015 Rigg Design Prize, and the new Soft chair.

Dubbed “Hanging Out,” the installation explores the context in which the white shirt is used in relation to furniture and objects.

“In the Australian winter often our house is strewn with miscellaneous objects that we use to hang clothing out to dry,” said Emma Aiston and Daniel To. “It is one of the only times we have our shirts on display at home rather than in a wardrobe. This installation is our version of this everyday scene.”

The installation is featured in Cos stores in Melbourne’s The Strand from 12 August, Sydney’s Westfield Bondi Junction from 14 August and Martin Place from 16 August.

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