Menu Magnetic Shoehorn by Charles Willson, A shoehorn designed with both form and function in mind.
- A shoehorn is normally considered to be a practical everyday tool, and not an ornament.
- The shoehorn designed by Charles Wilson and Menu, however, offers both form and function.
- Why is it that it’s impossible to find a shoehorn when you need one?
- Most shoehorns can scarcely measure up to a home's interior design and usually have to settle for a place in the drawer.
- At any rate, they are seldom given a place of honor on the wall in one's entryway where they are needed.
- But it doesn’t have to be this way.
- Just take a look at Menu's latest shoehorn!
- Size Description
Length 34 cm
The industrial designer Charles Wilson lives in Sydney in Australia. He works with furniture design, had designed a long row of other products for different segments, including service design. Charles is interested in all phases of design and production and emphasises to work with palpable models instead of working with computer-developed models, to achieve a satisfied result. This method was used at the production of the beautiful candelabra by Menu - it was awarded the Australian International Design Award in 2007.