SOMEWHERE TO HANG
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?
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