Posts tagged as 'wardrobe'

The patented guide element of 'wogg 49' developed by Wogg and Atelier Oï

Based on the principle of their cabinet system ‘wogg 49′ designed by Atelier Oï, the Swiss manufacturer Wogg developed a completely adaptable built-in wardrobe that leaves all freedom of architectural design to the planer. The wardrobe is manufactured according to the specific requirements of the architect. A tricky technology makes this possible: The wardrobe’s outer skin is made of a single notched aluminium composite board that is extremely flexible and can be wound around bottom and lid without breaking. The patented guide element with rolls was developed for the cupboard which is not firmly attached but glued on. So there are virtually no limits to the dimensions of the cupboard in all directions.

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Tue 20.7.

‘Siluet’ by Stephanie Estoppey (CH)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 20.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Siluet' by Stephanie Estoppey

Silently and almost invisibly ‘Siluet’, the decent wire wardrobe by the Swiss designer Stephanie Estoppey brings order into the bedroom. Shaped like a backrest of the chair (we usually use for this purpose) ‘Siluet’ is an airy alternative for temporary storage and an adequate stage for your one’s favourite garment.

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'K1' by Neuland Industriedesign

Known for its discreet and technically smart designs the German manufacturer Nils Holger Moormann presented a range of new furniture which again convince with their high level of utility. The modular wardrobe by Neuland Industriedesign is made from birch plywood and based on two different elements which can easily be connected to each other and extended to infinity.

'K1' by Neuland Industriedesign

'K1' detail by Neuland Industriedesign

‘Yak’ by Rupert Kopp is a coatrack combined with a narrow bench. The slightly inclined rack shifts the barycentre to the middle axis, which gives stability to the structure and the width of the hallway furniture can be reduced to a minimum. The rack is made from untreated ash tree and the hookrail and seating from powder coated steel.

'Yak' by Rupert Kopp

'Yak' detail by Rupert Kopp

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'Net Box' by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni

With her new family of cabinets, designed for Italian manufacturer Molteni, Patricia Urquiola has demonstrated her ability to apply expanded metal mesh, usually thought of as an industrial material, to furniture design in a way that avoids a rough, ready-made aesthetic. One beautiful detail is the wardrobe’s metal-mesh doors, which are fitted with extra storage on the sides.

'Net Box' by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni

'Net Box' by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni

'Net Box' by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni

'Net Box' by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni

'Net Box' by Patricia Urquiola for Molteni

more Molteni products @ Arcitonic

'wogg 49', designed in collaboration with Atelier Oï

'wogg 49', designed in collaboration with Atelier Oï

Recently the Swiss manufacturer Wogg received the public’s choice award ‘Furniture of the Year’ for its wardrobe wogg 49. The prize is awarded by the Swiss magazine ‘Raum und Wohnen’.

'wogg 49'

'wogg 49'

‘wogg 49′, designed in collaboration with Atelier Oï, is composed of a variable corpus and an elegant skin made fromnotched aluminium panels, milled from a single 2 mm sheet. The sliding mechansim is based on a compact roller element which is individually bonded to the inside of the skin. This patented system enables a big flexibility of dimensions.

'wogg 49'

'wogg 49'

'wogg 49'

'wogg 49'

Sliding mechanism

Sliding mechanism

more Wogg products @ Architonic

'Rings' by Zascho Petkow

'Rings' by Zascho Petkow

We remember this beautiful, minimalist wardrobe by the Berlin based designer Zascho Petkow from last year’s DMY Berlin. Soon it is going to be produced by Atelier Haussmann. The metal rings are individually mounted on the wall. By either turning them into the room or pressing them onto the wall the spatial impact of the objects slightly changes.

'Ringe' presented by Atelier Haussmann at imm cologne 2010

'Rings' presented by Atelier Haussmann at imm cologne 2010

'Ringe' by Atelier Haussmann

'Rings' by Atelier Haussmann

more Atelier Haussmann products @ Architonic

'Stender' by EmmeBi

'Stender' by EmmeBi

The Italian designer Duccio Grassi developed this wardrobe for EmmeBi. Due to its retractable mechanism it can be put also in very narrow spaces. The round structure is made from satined steel, the metal sheer is white lacquered.

'Stender' by EmmeBi

'Stender' by EmmeBi

more EmmeBi products @ Architonic

Mon 11.1.

Wardrobe ‘YOUTOO’ by Atelier Haußmann (DE)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 11.01.2010 - Tagged as: , ,

'YOUTOO' by Atelier Haussmann

'YOUTOO' by Atelier Haußmann

The Berlin based design practice Atelier Haußmann recently unveiled their new minimalist wardrobe made of powder coated steel. ‘YOUTOO’ is nominated for this year’s interior innovation award at the imm cologne 2010.

“All products of the new collection are designed for the idea to create new products with a basic production process and traditional function, which won`t be subject to fashion or trends. This concept achieved the Wardrobe ‘YOUTOO’.

‘YOUTOO’ cited and is appointed well known designs and materials and reinterpret those new.”

'YOUTOO' by Atelier Haussmann

'YOUTOO' by Atelier Haußmann

'YOUTOO' by Atelier Haussmann

'YOUTOO' by Atelier Haußmann

more Atelier Haußmann products @ Architonic