Like his collectible, award-winning Plopp Stools and Chippensteel Chairs that put Oskar Zieta on the map, this "ladder" hanger get its look via the groundbreaking process is called FiDU (Freielnnen Druck Umformung, as in free inner-pressure deformation).
Oskar innovated the inflated metal work process. Welded sheets of steel are inflated like a balloon using high-pressure air. The effect is metal frozen in time. No two are alike. The crumples and crushes happen spontaneously as the flats are filled. Because minimal material is needed, Zieta's pieces are much lighter than they appear. Hang towels, magazines, clothes or leave it bare as a graphic element to a room. Oskar took a nod from a repeating "H" letter, the simply and beautiful 90-degrees multiplied. It's function that functions as sculpture!