Mobile multifunctional panels that help you divide a room



Usually, the biggest problem in most homes is related to storage space. We seem to always need more storage but at the same time we have little room for it. Mobile is a very ingenious and clever creation, perfect for the bedroom. Mobile was designed by Burkhard Heß for Raumplus and it was presented at imm cologne 2012.

It’s hard to even try to describe Mobile. It’s a compact but fairly large unit with a minimalist design and lots of space for storage. It features a central panel and two sliding doors, one on each side.

These are made of thick, semi-transparent glass and feature wheels. Behind these panels there’s a compact unit with drawers that can be accesed from the side. There’s also a pole, perfect for hanging cloths. Moreover,There’s a suspended shelf for even more storage space.

Mobile is also a modular design. This means that the user can adapt it and its functionality to suit his needs, space and preferences. A small desk or work area can also be included there. This way it will be a small private area where one can work and that be nicely hidden behind the sliding panels. Mobile is a very functional and cleverly-designed unit. It’s perfect for bedrooms but it can also be included in other spaces as well.


Published by in Design And Concept, on January 31st, 2012

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