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Wardrobes were a big fo­cus for Molteni & C at Salone del Mo­bile. Up­dates to Vin­cent Van Duy­sen’s Gliss Mas­ter se­ries were on dis­play, in­clud­ing new fin­ishes for the frame, the back pan­els and the doors. What’s more, thanks to glass doors and trans­par­ent glass side pan­els, you can now have a fully glazed wardrobe.

Build­ing on the suc­cess of Gliss Mas­ter, Van Duy­sen has de­signed Mas­ter Dress­ing, a walk-in wardrobe sys­tem that com­ple­ments the Gliss Mas­ter wardrobes thanks to its use of co­or­di­nated in­ter­nal fit­tings and fin­ishes. A dis­tinc­tive fea­ture is a new rack sys­tem to which you can hook wooden, lac­quered, fine grain or glass back pan­els. The sys­tem is fit­ted with newly de­signed shelf sup­port rods that can carry the weight of 30 mm-thick faux leather and il­lu­mi­nated glass shelves, or 40 mm-thick wooden shelves.

Lema fo­cused its at­ten­tion on up­dat­ing Ar­ma­dio al Cen­timetro’s made-to-mea­sure wardrobe sys­tem, most no­tably with the ad­di­tion of a patented air clean­ing sys­tem that re­moves bad odours and sani­tises the in­side of the wardrobe. Has the next gen­er­a­tion of wardrobes ar­rived?

Above (clock­wise):

Stack by Shay Al­ka­lay of Raw Edges for Es­tab­lished & Sons;

Quincy by An­drea Pari­sio for Merid­i­ani Edi­tions; Ron Gi­lad’s

Te­o­rema chest-of­draw­ers for Mo­lenti & C

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