Twice the spaciousness is simply good, said the creative team of raumplus and created storage space for two on a minimal area. Rima is the name of the space-optimized system where track-guided modules are moved in front of a fixed wall unit. They increase the storage capacity without blocking the access. Elegant look for living rooms and offices true to the motto: Two are better than one – and much more.
“Rima” is derived from the Italian verb “rimandare” = to move, thus bearing its design principle as a program in its name. It seems obvious taking into consideration that raumplus is the specialist for mobile sliding doors and partitioning walls made to measure. But it requires other material and technique than doors consisting of frames and panels to safely guide a loaded shelf without using much force. That is why a double-track and closed aluminum bottom guide was developed for “Rima” having a high weight-bearing capacity thanks to its optimized geometry and being supported by a single-track ceiling guide. Both of them can be installed on surface thus facilitating their easy integration in any existing interior.
Concerning the designing of the corpus raumplus benefited from its enormous expertise when it comes to interior storage systems. As a result, shelves were created being based on the elegant interior system Legno having a weight-bearing capacity of up to 260 kg per custom-made closet component. That is why they are suitable for all possibilities of use: from the library to the multi-media wall and the filing archive. Besides the architecturally simple patterns in Platinic white and Light gray it is the warm wood tone – reaching from Ellmau Beech to Honey Maple and Romana cherry tree – as well as the structured surfaces “Fabric slate” and “Fabric sand” which ensure a matching look in the living and contract area.
The shelf boards are adjustable in height. Given a symmetric designing of the fixed element and the movable modules, a particularly harmonic overall picture arises. And this has twice the beautiful effect – just following the Rima motto.