Hosun Ching making a detailed drawing of it his graduation project from the Design Academy Eindhoven, Netherlands, and called it the Walk-in Closet. The complexity and profundity of thought from a standard wardrobe is 60cm but this closet is much more use of something rather than with theory and ideas it has a reduced depth, drawers for accessories and hidden stacks. The wardrobe having similar characteristics to a mini-fitting room, having all the necessary with mirrors to view outfits from every angle. It has composed of a single element; not compound wooden finish and teal trimming, a full length mirror, compartment for shoes, and a display case for jewelry. Walk-in-Closet showing a quick-witted intelligence storage unit designed to means of effectively dealing with the problem of space-saving and to see everything you have.