Hilka is a design object which links the inside and the outside of a home. Conceived by Ukrainian designers Ulyana Zachkevych and Stanislav Boichuk, “hilka” means “branches”. More than a coat rack, this furniture is meant to be the first to welcome a guest in an habitation, without breaking the harmony whilst entering the comfort of a home still charmed by the fresh oustide.
Optimised for a practical use, either coats can be hung and shoes be fitted in. It can be easily removed to adapt the space. The branches have been worked on to remain waterproof and long term used. They are planted in the base, which conveys elegance, stability and calls on trees planted in the ground.