This Wardrobe Uses Willow Branches To Hide The Clothes Inside

Paul Ketz has created a fun and unexpected design for a standalone closet (wardrobe), that uses willow branches to create the sides of the modern furniture piece.

Photography by Matthias Ketz

 

Designer Paul Ketz has created a fun and unexpected design for a wardrobe. MOGLI uses willow branches, left in their natural form, to create the sides of the furniture piece.

The willow branches can be easily parted to give access to the clothes stored within.

 

Paul Ketz has created a fun and unexpected design for a standalone closet (wardrobe), that uses willow branches to create the sides of the modern furniture piece.

Photography by Matthias Ketz

Inside, there’s a single rod for hanging clothes.


Paul Ketz has created a fun and unexpected design for a standalone closet (wardrobe), that uses willow branches to create the sides of the modern furniture piece.

Photography by Matthias Ketz

A unique feature of the wardrobe is that the panels of willow can be removed and placed outside in the rain. This allows the willow to absorb the water and remain flexible. Given enough time, the willow branches may even bloom.


Paul Ketz has created a fun and unexpected design for a standalone closet (wardrobe), that uses willow branches to create the sides of the modern furniture piece.

Photography by Matthias Ketz

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