Created to be a fully personalised storage and organisational solution, the Hangar walk-in wardrobe system created by Piero Lissoni for Lema provides complete customisation, without restraints.
September 5th, 2016
Perfecting the balance between efficiency and elegance, Hangar transforms the traditional wardrobe into an intimate space that does more than just conceal and order. With a vast selection of luxury interior accessories, Hangar provides the freedom to rationalise, organise and personalise. The ability to play with configurations and finishes creates a bespoke product as unique as the individual whose belongings it houses – precisely what the modern wardrobe and storage system should do.
Hangar is precision engineered to be uniquely self-supporting. Rack-mounted wall panels and exposed floor to ceiling uprights create a support for purpose-designed internal fittings. Each panel section is available in three heights and three widths, giving you flexibility to create a sophisticated and timeless wardrobe space, regardless of size.
Hangar allows your intimate space to be a true reflection of your taste. Its open nature turns the back panels into an elegant design feature, which can be personalised with a wide range of colours and finishes – white or moka wood -finished melamine, matt lacquers from the Lema Colourtrend selection, mirrored, or lacquered glass – and can even be illuminated to give a soft, luminous glow. The exposed uprights, in bronzed anodised or gloss aluminium, add subtle sophistication, with the shelves and bases available in premium melamine or lacquer.
Purpose designed shelves, drawers, clothes racks and trays are all on offer to organise garments and accessories – from coats, shirts, pants and handbags to shoes, belts and ties. Refined detail, like removable trouser rods, adjustable rail heights and pull-out organisers encourage you to live in an environment thats not only intimate, but functional too.
Hangar is one amongst a broader selection of Lema made to measure wardrobes, which includes the Armadio al Centimetro system, the Selecta shelving system, and the T030 Shelving System.
Lema wardrobes systems are available at Rogerseller.
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