Solid wood wardrobe with a retro look by Studio Tord Boontje

Wardrobe doors solid wood design mechanism opened

We live in the era of a lack of housing. Not everyone has an additional room that can be turned into a walk-in closet. Studio Tord Boontje presents elegant solutions even for the smallest of spaces. L’Armoire is a Solid wood wardrobe and a very functional piece of furniture that impresses with its classic aesthetics.

 L’Armoire – solid wood wardrobe in a warm wood tone

L-Armoire wardrobe-wood designer furniture handmade

Of the Solid wood wardrobe is a design for meta- 210 cm high, 110 wide and 80 cm deep. The curvaceous silhouette was inspired by the sculptural beauty of 18th century furniture. Tord Boontje has dedicated more than 2000 hours of work to this extraordinary piece of furniture.

Solid wood wardrobe design

Wardrobe dark wood type grain Tord-Boontje design

Of the Solid wood wardrobe has a secret – in fact, not just one. Handcrafted and veneered in the finest traditional style of the 18th century, the cabinet has 3 additional drawers hidden somewhere. Different types of wood from the Dalbergia family were used for production. The veneers for the complicated geometry are hand-sawn from cocobolo wood. The drawers are made of padouk – a hard and medium-weight wood with a characteristic dark color and grain in the structure.

The wardrobe is absolutely comfortable and functional

Sculptural furniture-wood design studio Tord Boontje

The glossy, lightly structured surfaces in a warm wood tone can be ideally adapted to customer requirements. The cabinet doors are opened by a mechanism. L’Armoire is much more of a work of art than a piece of furniture

Sculptural furniture by Tord Boontje

Grain wood surface textured glossy design

Designer Tord Boontje was born in Holland in 1968 and graduated from the Eindhoven Design Academy in 1991. He later continued his education at the Royal College of Art London. His unique works are exhibited in museums in New York, London, San Francisco, Helsinki and Philadelphia. Tord Boontje is a huge Rodin fan. He has already been awarded several design prizes for his extraordinary art projects.

Warm wood tones

Sculpture furniture wardrobe drawers integrated wood

Warm red-brown – with a few rich highlights

Wardrobe retro-look wood structure rear wall

The hidden drawers

Built-in drawer cabinet design Boontje Tord

Veneered solid wood piece of furniture with a clear design language

Studio Tord Boontje-Cabinet build wood

Quite tight, curvy and extraordinary

Designer cabinet-with hidden drawers-wood structured

Sculptural beauty

Designer furniture cupboard-curved edges-structure different