Like bicycle lights, clotheshangers are a perennial (or per-semester-al, perhaps) favorite project for young and emerging designers: it's an everyday object that demands user-informed solutions yet one that is also limited by functional constraints such that existing hangers leave just enough room for improvement.
The result is a double-sided clotheshanger, which at once has an entirely intuitive purpose and invites some kind of 'Barrel-of-monkeys' rainy-day activity. The lower hook, of course, is intended for one's accessory of choice, be it a bag, scarf or hat.
Where José Hurtado's "Twist" bicycle concept was 'centered' on its mirror-image symmetry, "Benvenuto" can be rotationally symmetrical (as in the image above) or a mirror image depending on the way the hook is rotated. Any other instances of 'ambigrammatic' design objects come to mind?