The 'Metamorphic' Clothing Wardrobe Enables Open-Concept Separation

By: Michael Hemsworth - Feb 23, 2016
References: studiomama & shoeboxdwelling
Many new dwellings are being designed and created with an open-concept aesthetic; the 'Metamorphic' clothing wardrobe is intended to help create separation in them when there is none.

Fashioned with various drawers and a section for hanging clothing, the 'Metamorphic' features doors that can be flanked open to act as room dividers. The solution is intended to create the ability to divide rooms for certain times or periods, but to revert back to open-concept with ease.

The modern living space is becoming overwhelmingly focused on the concept of being open and without walls. The 'Metamorphic' clothing wardrobe offers urban consumers the ability to separate their space when they need/want to without worrying about making any permanent decisions.