What do we want to see in a wardrobe? And what don’t we want to see? Rooms are becoming more and more open plan, opened up to different areas of our homes. Now we don’t have complexes about people knowing who we are, we want to be seen, proof of this is in the popularity of social networks, and our clothes should be on the same level.
From a New York loft to a house on the seafront there is space for a room divider like the walk-in-wardrobe designed by Muebles de cocina Doca. It is a glass case in the middle of nowhere displaying everything on the inside openly without constrictions.
A walk-in-wardrobe which stands naked before us. Thanks to the metallic structure which is available in various finishes, Muebles de cocina Doca have been able to create this transparent area, which can be left as shown in the image or placed on a base with any covering you choose: artistic paintings, painted paper, wood…there are as many possibilities as elements which can fit inside.