The “Guardaroba 16.32” designed by Emanuela Garbin and Mario dell'Orto for Flou in 2009, have been studied to tidily contain everything that is normally stored inside a walk-in closet.
They are manufactured using patented innovative materials. The wardrobes consist of a 16 cm modular unit which simplifies all the design and sales operations; a wide range of internal fittings are available and these consent maximum personalization of the finished article: drawer units, light shelves, extractable units, and jewelry - ties - belts drawers.
The doors, hinged, sliding or a mixture of both, have been given a finish which can be clearly identified in the re-interpreted use of the materials, which narrate and bear witness to an important legacy: Flou’s textile imprint – a decisive feature that is reminiscent of fabric weaves, conferring tactile qualities to the surfaces: from the structural materials to the glass, from mirrors to the lacquer finishes, from the metal grids to the stylish fabrics used to cover the doors.
The use of extremely high quality materials and finishes, the considerable thickness of the structure and the richness of the internal fittings mean that the “Guardaroba Flou 16.32” is unique and completely different to anything else on the market at present.