This cabinetry installation was designed for one of the occupants of the Electric Avenue Artist’s Lofts who desired to personalize her unit by providing substantial closet space.
This installation was carried out without the use of cabinet hardware such as pulls or handles, instead using harmonious geometries to create cutaways which would fulfill those functions.
As this installation is on the sleeping mezzanine of an open loft space, the main closet was designed in such a way that when opened, it becomes the privacy partition for a generous changing area.
A view of the length of smaller scale storage following the ribbon window above.
Glass countertops were provided as a contrast to the plywood. Frosted glass openings were also provided in the privacy screen to play up the division of space.
The operation of the privacy screen as seen from the bed.
A nightstand is provided as the terminus of the installation.
A detail of the wheel condition which supports the screen element.