Transparent bronze, tempered and stratified glass for panels on the door Charme, texturised by means of a precious finishing and internally enriched with fabric from the Nomboli Rame collection by Rubelli. The metal frame with copper finishing alludes to the finishing of the built-in handle.
Aladin Swing Duo is designed by Piero Lissoni. Focus is on the value of material, with the use of stoneware in the Atlas marble version, matched with a Dark Brown anodised aluminium handle. It is also available in an anthracite cement version, with white painted aluminium knob.
Transparent glass, moka oak listels and a black profile for Koan (design by Kookai Studios), a system consisting of fixed and sliding panels which seamlessly combines technology and decorative, oriental-inspired tradition. Alternating wooden listels of different lengths enable the view to stretch beyond the door.
The hinged door Modus is designed by Giuseppe Bavuso. Coplanar with the wall, here it is proposed in opaque graphite glass with graphite structure. Destined for the hotelier sector, Modus features an integrated back lighting system and is available in a standard or made-to-measure heights with transom.
The Exterior sliding doors Inside from the Vitra range and featuring polished edges, distinguish themselves in virtue of transparent extralight stratified glass and the special surface decoration with slate effect Oxford texture. Doors are fitted with a large steel handle and are available in made-to-measure sizes.
Penelope is the new collection designed by the creative duo Alex Charles and also features interior doors in quintessential classic-modern Elledue style. The luxury of various elements from the series is expressed in details – such as joints and metal inlays, as well as in an array of precious finishings: brushed brass, dark woods matched with Lilla or Fiordipesco marble, bronze and tweed metal mesh.
Pivot lightly rotates on its own vertical axis, thanks to two hide-away integrated hinges which offer ample passage: when closed, the door seamlessly aligns with the wall. Pivot is available up to 5 metres in height and 2 metres in width, in the new Laminam finishing, as well as lacquered, wooden or other finishings upon request.
A new project presented during Milan Design Week is the Marechiaro sliding system, designed by Giulio Cappellini; a dividing system that demarcates the space, for home or contract use, made up of sliding panels positioned from floor to ceiling or hooked to a beam that acts as support. Consisting of a metal frame in different finishes, it can contain panels of different materials, from wood to glass, metal and fabric.
Do not consider it a simple wood paneling. Doga is a stylistic element that enhances the character of the environment through chiaroscuro efects and geometric plays (through the wooden slats that make it up). The system is completed by hinged and sliding doors, and features integrated layout for TV, mobile TV and shelves. Design Gianluca Santambrogio.
ALBED’s new Céline system is made up of modular elements in REC glass and FULL STOP glass with profiles and struts in aluminium with a bronze finish. It is possible to create a dividing wall by combining the basic modules and completing the project with the insertion of swing doors. The finishes of the two 1970s-inspired glasses create graphic effects through the transparency and opacity of the surfaces.