Intelligent functionality

Furniture also impresses in the functionality stakes. Sliding and folding door systems provide access to storage spaces, and bar compartments are increasingly finding their way into the living room. Cabinets are demonstrating their talent as organisers on the inside too.

Doors are moved in all directions, providing unobstructed access to storage space.

 

  • Ringing the change, doors are not pushed aside in this situation but moved up and down.

    Ringing the change, doors are not pushed aside in this situation but moved up and down.

  • Here, both doors move in synchrony in response to a push of the hand – TopLine provides the key.

    Here, both doors move in synchrony in response to a push of the hand – TopLine provides the key.

  • Slide it. Love it. With TopLine.

    Slide it. Love it. With TopLine.

  • Slide it. Love it. With TopLine

  • In this shelf unit, sliding doors open up and close off sections in alternation.

    In this shelf unit, sliding doors open up and close off sections in alternation.

Folding door systems are the "foldernative" for large and small wardrobes.

 

  • In response to a push, WingLine L opens up a surprisingly large cabinet panorama.

    In response to a push, WingLine L opens up a surprisingly large cabinet panorama.

The classic bar compartment is once again taking living room furniture by storm.

 

  • Bar compartments provide storage and shelving in both the wall and base unit.

    Bar compartments provide storage and shelving in both the wall and base unit.

Pull-out frames are particularly good at demonstrating organisational talent in bedroom furniture.

 

  • This organisation frame runs on a Quadro drawer runner. The leather inlay can be used for keeping socks or underwear.

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