The Shoji mobile wardrobe is a must-have piece of furniture for a modern bedroom or walk-in closet. The sliding doors double as a dual-sided mirror for a convenient feature that moves with ease, and the full length allows a complete view of the outfit being put on to make getting ready in the morning a breeze. With a sturdy metal rod, all clothes and accessories stay in place, and the optional drawers allow for even more storage opportunities. The wooden bench is a nice bonus to be able to sit while trying on shoes to complete the look.
Designed by Isao Hosoe Design and Lorenzo De Bartolomeis for Tonelli and made in Italy, the Shoji mobile wardrobe is part of the iconic Shoji collection that are all functionally convenient and eye-catching. Available with and without castors. The bench and optional drawers come with various wood finish options.
- country of origin:Italy
- Assembly Required:Yes
- Shipping Charges:free
- Designed by Isao Hosoe Design and Lorenzo De Bartolomeis
- Part of the Shoji collection
- Available in two versions: fixed and on castors
- Back and sliding door made of a double-sided mirror
- Internal bench available for separate purchase
- Optional pair of drawers available with internal bench separately
- Manufactured in Italy
- 47¼"W × 19¾"D × 72½"H
designed byLorenzo De Bartolomeis
Lorenzo De Bartolomeis was born in Rimini and graduated with an architecture degree. After graduation, he started his successful career in interior and surface design and was quickly selected for the Biennial of Young Artists in Europe and the Mediterranean, which gave him a lot of inspiration for his work.
With Mapper, a collection of satellite rugs and organic fabrics, De Bartolomeis combined his studies into the field of visual design as an innovative element. His Le Module is on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Busy with studies into a new decorative alphabet, he is designing a new range of products for pottery, textile and laminate producers.Studio Isao Hosoe
Born in Tokyo, Isao Hosoe founded his studio in 1985, but not before having a lot of necessary experience that shaped him into the iconic designer he is today. By working under Alberto Roselli, a famous and accomplished Italian designer, when he first came to Italy, Hosoe gained extensive knowledge about design and honed his craft.
Isao Hosoe is highly talented and expands his horizons by designing in transport, office furniture, product design, telecommunications, electronic and household furnishing. Because of his diverse designs, Hosoe is internationally successful and has many awards to his name.
Founded in the 1980s, Tonelli is a prestigious design firm that focuses on creating products that showcase the unique characteristics of glass. Sleek and sparkling, glass is an essential element in contemporary spaces, which is why Tonelli's collection of modern furniture is so highly sought after. From unique glass accented armchairs to durable and eye-catching dining tables, Tonelli has it all.
Tonelli's staff understands how vital detail and care are when working with glass, which is why they only work with the best European designers, artists, and architects in the field. Designers include the famed architect, designer and artist Emilio Nanni, whose works have been exhibited in Bologna’s Galleria Fiorile Arte and Sala Ex Fienile, and sculptor Paolo Icaro Chissotti, whose work has graced prominent museums in Rome, Belgium, and Finland.
The room service 360° collection of Tonelli furnishings includes dining, coffee and end tables, cupboards, cabinets, and mirrors. Each piece not only adds sophistication and style to contemporary homes but also showcases the artistry of some of the world’s most renowned designers and artists.
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