Industrial spirit and raw aesthetics for this low wardrobe made entirely of stamped steel sheet. Worthy heir of Tolix, it takes up the characteristics that have made the success of the historic brand: lightness, functionality and very high resistance. Conceived in 2011, this low wardrobe was the miniature version of the first utilitarian piece of furniture launched by Tolix and designed by Xavier Pauchard. It recalls the raw aesthetic of the industrial world and has the same appeal as Tolix's other historical creations. One, two or three doors: all the elements of the collection have the same depth. They are assembled and combined thus offering numerous combinations. You can create the ideal composition for you. This low three-door wardrobe has six removable shelves. It is proposed in rough satin steel sheet, with visible welding, to convey the idea of craftsmanship and enhance the raw aesthetics of the product. Symbolic and democratic, the Tolix metal furniture marks a significant milestone in the history of design. The credit goes to the designer Xavier Pauchard who first used stamped sheet metal and zinc for the production of mass-produced furniture. Today, the company has acquired high-performance digital machines that accompany many manual operations and tooling inherited from history. Each element that comes out of the atelier is unique and bears the Tolix signature engraved in the metal. It is with genuine recognition that Tolix received in 2006 the label of “Company of the living heritage” conferred by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry. Inside: 3 × 2 removable shelves - 100% French manufacturing.