R.I.G. Modules – Wardrobe
Mikal Harrsen, 2018
Smart and simple. These are the adjectives that the R.I.G. system deserves. What truly completes the wardrobe is the flexibility to create personal and numerous and highly personal configurations. The essentiality of the structure reduces the overall dimensions to a minimum and makes it possible to better organise the elements that can be customised based on individual needs. It in enhances the wardrobe system or furnishes the sleeping area with a minimal and balanced solution.
The R.I.G. modular system originally designed for the home now extends its use as wardrobe thanks to its versatility and specific accessories. The module has been specially designed for the sleeping areas and allows different compositions, perfect in every detail. It is enriched with specific accessories for shirts, trousers and shoes, together with hangers and traditional shelves with large-capacity drawer units and background mirrors that create vanity unit for the bathroom.
Structure in epoxy-polyester powder-coated solid steel, black or white (only in 384 depth), embossed
Feet and joints in brushed stainless steel.
Shelves in various materials: black CDF oil treated, 12 mm thick stone (white Carrara marble,
Greystone marble, Gris du Marais marble, black Pietra d’Avola stone), black biplated CDF in Ecowood
Xilo 2.0 veneer wood – planked sand, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 planked grey, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 striped
black, smoked oak, natural oak.
Units in black CDF covered with black CDF oil treated panels, biplated CDF wood veneer Ecowood
Xilo 2.0 planked sand, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 planked grey, Ecowood Xilo 2.0 striped black, smoked oak,
natural oak. Front in 12mm thick stone (white Carrara marble, Greystone marble, Gris du Marais
marble, black Pietra d’Avola stone).
Internal accessories in black CDF toning oil treated.
Modules: H.402/756/1464/2172/2880 L.1100/550 P.384/500/600 mm.
“The phenomenon of dressing is spectacular and intimate. We enter the wardrobe with the ambition
of making a self-assured, elegant and civilized exit. By designing the R.I.G. Modules wardrobe
variations, I aimed at creating an inspiring scene for this act.” M. Harrsen