This take on the classic peg board, was born out of a necesity for a wardrobe where you can hang your clothes, without it taking too much space of the room. He also wanted it to be flexible enough so he can mount a shelf for book-storage or other "on-display" products.
The client lives in a 15 sqm studio apartment, and wanted to use more of the wallspace, and not so much of the floor space.
It consist of one wallmounted beam at the top. It has a 5 cm groove continued by 1 cm seperator running at the entire lenght of the beam. From there the client can mount the vertical beam with peg holes wherever he wants. That way it is super flexible. The vertical beam has holes every 30 cm where Ø 2 cm pegs can be mounted. Every peg has also 5 grooves so all clothes hanging will have the same spacing between them, and also to prevent the clothes from falling off the peg.