Task Chair
Overhanger

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Emily Moore

Emily is a socially minded designer, traveler, and problem solver. She’s passionate about helping others and improving the sustainbility of our future.

Project

Statement

Context

Any way to keep belongings off the ground or desk area makes for a more efficient and attractive workspace for those with a busy or cluttered lifestyle.

problem

Where might a coat, hat, bag, or other accessory live within the Poppin office space? An office has limited space, and the full potential of the chair is not being realized.

solution

The Task Chair Overhanger slips easily onto the chair and adds a pop of color to match the office decor, while allowing the hanging of multiple personal items.

Concept

Sketches

Final concept

This coat hook lives on the back of the Poppin office chairs. Personal items are within sight, easily accessible, and off the floor. Almost everyone needs a spot to hang something in the office.

first concept

A photo display that has a holding place for your cellphone.

second concept

This tape measure is simple in both design and functionality.

Main

Prototypes

Final iteration

When producing a final prototype, 3D printing the overhanger was the best choice due to its flexibility.

first iteration

A sheet of fabric that slips ontop of the chair. On the sheet are hooks to hang your personal items.

second iteration

A rough prototype of the final design, made from cardboard.

Key

Features

Color

The workspace is instantly enhanced by the pop of color to match your office décor.


secure

When a coat is hung over on top, a sense of security is given since others cannot see your belongings.

organize

The grooves on the back allow multiple items to be hung such as bags, hats, and scarves, while allowing a coat to hang over.

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