Designed during his training at the Design Academy Eindhoven, product designer Hosun Ching’s Walk-In Closet is now available for your custom order. As described by the designer, “The depth of a standard wardrobe is 60 cm [just under 24 inches]. That is simply not practical... Photo courtesy of Hosun Ching.
As “collapsible garment hangers,” foldable wardrobes like this one were already used in the 1920’s – as wardrobes for tightly spaced areas in the hallway and bathroom, for airing out and drying clothes or towels. This variation, manufactured in Germany and made of aluminum and maplewood, due to its flawless workmanship and extremely robust construction, does not break under pressure when maximally extended or completely covered.