There are systems that become true protagonists of the bedroom zone, while others have been designed to bring out their lightness. Others still actually vanish thanks to the use of almost imperceptible panels. In any case, they all offer maximum freedom of personalization, maximizing storage space and giving form to personal aesthetic desires.
Porro expands the project of sliding partitions with the Glide System, designed by Piero Lissoni + Iaco Design Studio. The Glide dividers are composed of large wings made to measure, marked by an L-shaped border in coated metal that frames various transparent or opaque materials. Thanks to the upper track which leaves the floor untouched for visual continuity, the Glide sliding partitions offer various flexible solutions. In the photo, Glide Samurai (on cover), freely based on the patterns of the Japanese home, permits juxtaposition of different textures and forms, transparent and opaque, always in new ways.
Air by Lago, designed by Daniele Lago, explores the concept of lightness in the wardrobe. It is like an architectural cabin in which to organize storage, but also a freestanding solution that can be transformed into a divider at the center of the room. The glass supports combine with shelves and completely lacquered cabinets. The drawer unit with a 45° structure and aluminium filigree have doors bordered in colored glass, XGlass or Wildwood.
The GlissMaster system of wardrobes and closets designed by Vincent Van Duysen for Molteni now features the new Lunar façades in brushed polymer, and Smooth in smooth ecoskin; the range of offerings also includes a new system of internal accessories. The Soft Line Accessories get beyond the concept of the solid element, providing a system of soft containers in eco-leather. Bags of various sizes are hung on structures with sliding aluminium tracks, ensuring perfect access.
It’s a 25th anniversary for the iconic Zenit system designed by Giuseppe Bavuso for Rimadesio, a proposal offering great lightness and compositional versatility. Rimadesio has introduced important new features, including the exclusive attachment system that permits open modular arrangement of the parts, and the production of a post in aluminium without holes or preset attachments. The posts, fixed to the floor and the ceiling and always made to measure, allow for free organization of the equipment, with the possibility of movement or additions over time.
Freedhome by Caccaro revolutionizes the tradition partition concept. The modules of the system, thanks to innovative functional parts and complete adaptability in sizing, make ‘made-to-measure’ into a standard feature available to all. Designers and architects, starting from different modules, have total freedom to create an infinity of custom solutions. The freedom is also seen in the finishes: from exclusive eucalyptus, oak and walnut wood, to lacquers and the coverings of the interiors, ranging from titanium to glass to various types of leather.
Ceccotti Collezioni, owned by Poltrona Frau, presents Gentleman in a limited edition of 11 pieces, as a tribute to the anniversary of Poltrona Frau: 100+10 Years of True Evolution. Designed by Guglielmo Ulrich in 1932, the wardrobe now reaches 90 years of age and has been reissued with more traditional accessories, like the umbrella stand, the caddie for brushes, waxes and polishes, the garment rack, two different mirrors (full figure or face), not to mention the compartments for watches and bands, and the charger for I-Phone/Music Wi-Fi.