Since 1919, Döttling have been handcrafting the finest luxury safes in the world. Carefully taking care to every detail, from basic planning and design to execution, their products are an elegant place for precious belongings, whether jewelry, watches, art, or weapons. But their latest project is really surprising, its size to be more precisely. We’re talking about the world’s smallest collector room. It is another example of how great artisanship and extraordinary passion for detail can find full expression even in the smallest of spaces.
You just need a mere 97 square feet of space and you can house objects of the greatest value both in a very imposing and extremely secure way. It was designed as a fully fortified room with Döttling high-security access: an aramid fiber-filled security door with a steel core and multiple locks. The walls and ceiling are additionally furnished with contact microphones that reliably register even the minutest vibrations.
Another security feature is the fact that the collector room is not recognizable as such. The safe specialist paneled the security door as a precise reproduction of the existing wall paneling. Access is gained by means of a fingerprint reader that is also hidden in the vicinity of the collector room.
When the door opens, the indirect lighting integrated in the coffered ceiling fades in slowly to set the interior of the collector room in the proper light. Within, there is a section for the lady of the house, in which valuable jewelry can be fittingly stored and presented, and a section for the gentleman equipped with 24 precision watch winders. Drawers and cleverly integrated secret compartments offer additional space for more than 500 watches as well as all kinds of precious items.