Walk-in Closets represent a particularly interesting space for the simultaneous need to inhabit and to organize a wardrobe with order in a dedicated area which favours the choice of clothing or accessories that have become so important for the curation of our images and our relationships with ourselves and others.
The Regolo wardrobe with sliding doors is an example of maximum personalization.
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This furniture solution gives you huge freedom to mix materials, heights and depths, integrating shelves and shaped wall units.
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The wall units in the Mobilgam Living collection allow infinite customisation options, not just through the wide choice of materials and finishess, but also through the way they are positioned on t
The metaphor of the moon alludes to the particular game of curves that delineates the headboard and represent the distinctive features of the Luna bed.
Through a rhythmic succession of parallel lines, the Riga wardrobe gains three dimensionality and depth in terms of style and value.
Richness and variety in the choice of materials and textures, a game of intriguing juxtapositions and colour combinations.
The Telaio wardrobe, as seen in the composition on the left, has doors in glass and lacquered optical finish in Bianco and an aluminium frame in the same colour for a “timeless” look.
Mercurio, the bed imagined for those who love the warmth and refined nature of solid wood united with decisive and minimalist style.
Butterfly is distinct in its “minimal” and strict design applied to the softness and comfort of the upholstered headboard.
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Architectural elements can be used to draw the attention to what the designer wants to highlight, as with this unique, symmetrical sideboard that graces a wall through which we see a glimpse of “na
The Dream doors are characterized by a linear, clean aspect and integrated handles that define its name specifying its personalization.