Modern closet systems
In today’s post, we provide a wardrobe system to showcase. This is actually something different than a normal wardrobe in the furniture store. “EMMA” is an open cabinet system designer Elie Metni specially for the starch boutique has designed. “EMMA” has a modular design and consists of 70 identical wooden stools. This makes the installation very flexible and allows for various configurations.
The designer cabinet system is centrally located in the starch laden and serves high-quality designer clothes and accessories by young Lebanese designers in a creative manner that presented.
We find this task quite successfully met “EMMA”. The wardrobe system offers plenty of space for hanging clothes hangers and also space for bags and accessories. Dresses can be folded or hung up and even designer shoes can be presented on the floor. So this is a really great and practical idea, but as it is usual designer clothes designer of course need furniture. So they are made best of the show.
Take a look at the images below and learn more about the starch boutique.
Wardrobe system by Elie metni for starch shop
Architect and designer Elie Metni
Starch boutique is a designer shop in Beirut, which exhibits works by emerging Lebanese designers and supported in their first steps in the profession.
Starch was 2008 from Rabih Kayrouz and Tala Hajjar in cooperation with solidere founder and presented for 7 years always successful contemporary Lebanese design. So our compliments to the artist.
“EMMA” cabinet system in the middle of the starch shop
“EMMA” is made up of 70 wooden stools
Innovative modular cabinet system
Sustainable design and modular Configuration
Details and brief overview
Designer clothes are exhibited creative
Style and creative design
A module is a wooden stool
In the starch boutique in Beirut
Contemporary Lebanese design
Sketch by the designer closet
“EMMA” is placed right in the middle of the store
Starch boutique design