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HIGH & DRY white

  • A contemporary and highly functional dishrack inspired by architecture.
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Made from polypropylene and stainless steel
    • Separate cutlery holder and draining tray (can be used without draining tray)
    • Individually boxed in unbleached cardboard
    • L 43.5cm  W 28.5cm  H 25cm (L 43.5cm  W 28.5cm  H 6cm when flat)
    • L 17"  W 11.2"  H 9.8" (L 17"  W 11.2"  H 2.3" when flat)
  • How do I remove limescale?
    We recommend wiping with lemon juice and then placing in a dishwasher.

    Will it fit a standard sink?
    Yes, but we do always recommend you check the dimensions of your sink drainer.

    Are the prongs strong enough to hold heavy items?
    The prongs are flexible in a sideways movement, but stiff in a vertical direction. This means that they can hold delicate wine glasses, but also heavy pots and pans. They are also ideal for drying baby bottle.

A CLOSER INSPECTION

The wave of spikes can be used to hold even your most delicate champagne glasses upright. There is a drainage tray which has an ingenious flip up spout so that you can choose to drain or not, depending on your kitchen set up.



A WORD FROM THE DESIGNER

If you have a clean modern kitchen, we wanted to create a dish rack that held enough sculptural beauty that you wouldn’t mind leaving it out on display. We also wanted to create a truly functional way to store glasses, which is not fully addressed by most dish racks on the market. The draining tray, also has a very simple flip spout, which allows you to choose whether you have the tray draining water into your sink or not. This allows to take the tray and use it separately from the rack, for drying your large pots and pans. The whole rack is made from a single injection moulding and folds using living hinges. We had to make many different paper models to really get this to work perfectly. The wave of the spikes was inspired by the architect Santiago Calatrava, who designed the Lyon Satolas station and new Ground Zero building.