Ego wardrobe system by Poliform

August 4, 2014

A designer storage solution with modular appeal.

Designer: Giuseppe Bavuso, 2010

Characterised by an aesthetic of lightness, minimal thicknesses and wide surfaces, the Poliform Ego wardrobe system is able to explore a range of design possibilities.

Poliform Ego Rendering

Designed by Giuseppe Bavoso, the creation of wardrobe compositions with open spaces is achieved using leaf doors or folding doors.

The modular structure of the inside equipment of the system is based on the study of actual cases of use.

Poliform Ego Body 4

The possibilities of subdivision of the internal spaces take into account the encumbrances of the various clothes. The wide range of modular possibilities allows the Ego system to integrate into any bedroom or dressing room.

Poliform Ego Wardrobe in situ

Poliform Ego Wardrobe in situ


Technical characteristics

Unit sizes: 3 heights and 4 widths.

Openings: leaf doors with 180°

Door finishings: extralight transparent glass, reflecting transparent glass, fumé glass and reflecting bronzed.
Finishings door profile: painted bronze aluminium and mat lacquered colours aluminium.

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