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Recreate Image Integrity Wardrobe #725 designed in 2009
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Integrity Wardrobe
The Wardrobe: From cupboards and lockers the modern wardrobe, with its hanging spaces, sliding shelves and drawers, evolved slowly, and now with the Integrity Wardrobe, it reaches a whole new level. A dream device for the true gentleman, the wardrobe features integrated accessories section at the door in addition to its spacious hanging shelves and drawers..

How to Produce: The hull is created from solid wood and the front door is thermally molded from the wood and plastic composite material. This composite material is self-extinguishing and very durable..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Composite Materials, Wood, Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Integrity Wardrobe is 1004 mm x 2000 mm x 715 mm, each box contains a single Integrity Wardrobe and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1054 mm x 2050 mm x 765 mm, roughly 18 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 36 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-10-02 02:35:36.


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Recreate Image Strength Wardrobe #723 designed in 2009
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Strength Wardrobe
The Wardrobe: How would you reflect the concept of strength and power, in a armoire? here is my reflection of a wardrobe that is beautifully yet masculine. The design has a big presence in any environments and could also be embedded into walls..

How to Produce: The production is done by a master cabinetmaker, the object uses wood and pvc mixture composite material which makes it more durable and self-extinguishing. .

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Composite Materials, Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Strength Wardrobe is 1004 mm x 2000 mm x 715 mm, each box contains a single Strength Wardrobe and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1054 mm x 2050 mm x 765 mm, roughly 18 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 36 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-10-02 01:26:09.


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Recreate Image Hindistan Wardrobe #382 designed in 2009
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Product Family: Pindia
Hindistan Wardrobe
The Wardrobe: I have been working with pop-art paintings on indian furniture forms before, and in MACEF fair I met with Mr. Babulal Marotia who paints Miniature paintings of India, I bought some of his works and he agreed to give me the rights to modify the works, therefore I come up with this wardrobe, which is a pop-artization of the traditional Indian miniatures..

How to Produce: Produced from simple wood working with silk screen painting, the tube-handle is metal..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Hindistan Wardrobe is 1183 mm x 1756 mm x 441 mm, each box contains a single Hindistan Wardrobe and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1233 mm x 1806 mm x 491 mm, roughly 30 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 70 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-02-28 08:24:14.


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Recreate Image Pinup Wardrobe #378 designed in 2009
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Product Family: Pindia
Pinup Wardrobe
The Wardrobe: Inspired by Gil Elvgren's Pin-up girls, this is the ninth in series to create a mixture of pop-art related designs in mixture with the modern furniture forms from India..

How to Produce: Basic woodworking of solid cut wood, chromed metal handles with silkscreen painting..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Metal.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Pinup Wardrobe is 1048 mm x 2000 mm x 454 mm, each box contains a single Pinup Wardrobe and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1098 mm x 2050 mm x 504 mm, roughly 30 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 60 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-02-12 21:21:28.


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Recreate Image Kiteme Wardrobe #236 designed in 2008
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Kiteme Wardrobe
The Wardrobe: The designs roots come from the traditional Japanese Kites - especially their framework. I must note that there is a similar type of woodworking in China as well. .

How to Produce: Totally produced in wood with simple cut - insert - connect methodology, what is important here is to choose the type of wood that would add further value to the design..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Kiteme Wardrobe is 1262 mm x 1800 mm x 651 mm, each box contains a single Kiteme Wardrobe and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1312 mm x 1850 mm x 701 mm, roughly 18 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 42 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-12-11 03:39:39.


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Recreate Image Hardirop Wardrobe #210 designed in 2008
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Product Family: Pindia
Hardirop Wardrobe
The Wardrobe: Indian style hard heavy wood meets British Pop Art! Third in series..

How to Produce: Basic woodwork and seriography - screen printing..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Wood.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Hardirop Wardrobe is 1200 mm x 2000 mm x 454 mm, each box contains a single Hardirop Wardrobe and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 1250 mm x 2050 mm x 504 mm, roughly 30 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 60 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-12-23 14:49:14.


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