alex schulz adds a statement spotlight to the traditional armoir
 

alex schulz adds a statement spotlight to the traditional armoir

 

alex schulz, originally an architect, reimagines the traditional armoir by incorporating a spotlight on the articles of clothing. having previously designed a single prototype of the armoir, schulz has built on his collection of furniture. the combination of the various steel frames and armoir legs create the vast and colorful collection that make up ‘anytime’. additionally, the clothing armoir is clad in an acrylic shell superlaced with optical foliage, faux leather or wood.


the ‘daytime’ model in red acrylic

 

in addition to being used as a simple peice of furniture, schulz‘s ‘anytime’ is a statement piece that adds sophistication and contemporanety to any space. the idea behind the concept is to create an object that adapts to small spaces, is light weight and adds a sense of playfulness to any room.


opens up for selected clothes


the design illuminated at night with a spotlight 


the initial concept from 2014 becomes a family of products


different degrees of translucence


based on one modular system


different shells create different atmospheres within a space  


solo dress staged

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: lynn chaya | designboom

  • How nice all this, Alex Schulz. Congratulations!

    carlos says:

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