The transparent and lightweight leaves of glass doors improve the brightness of their surroundings. The mirror finishes, the gleam, the games of light and shadow create unique feelings that only a special material such as glass can evoke.
The high level of quality achieved by our doors also depends on the characteristics of the glazing we use:
we use tempered safety or laminated plate glass, measuring 8 mm thick, which is highly resistant, stable and reliable, as well as knock- and stress-resistant;
thanks to special processing, the styling of the glass remains intact with time. The door thus becomes a prestigious item of interior design;
rich variety of finishes available as standard: lacquered and coloured glazing, sand-blasted or satin finish and slightly matt, transparent or extra clear, smooth, engraved or particularly decorated with watercolours in molten glass, available in classic or modern style;
customisation in terms of size (standard and oversized versions, including full-height) and opening mechanism (hinged, sliding inside or outside the wall, etc.), to accommodate any styling, functional and architectural requirement.
Why do glass doors prove so popular?
For a whole host of benefits they contribute to the design of your home:
more light: sunlight and artificial light flow through the room without any obstacles, making dim settings brighter, such as a long and narrow corridor, a windowless broom cupboard or an entrance hall. If you’re looking for more privacy, you can opt for sand-blasted glazing, satin finish or lacquered glass panes, which dull the contours while allowing light to gently filter through;
more space: the visual continuity afforded by plate glass adds depth to rooms, creating special perspectives, connecting rooms. The effect is maximised with the use of sliding leaves;
sistemi di design designer systems: glazed doors, especially in the flush-fitting version, thanks to the chic and sophisticated details, tastefully furnish domestic settings, above all if they are distinguished by special glazing, stylised metal structures and original handles;
partition walls: settings that are divided acoustically but joined together visually, glass replaces masonry partitions, connecting rooms. The plate glass panes can be ceiling-height, the leaves sliding, the frames customisable in terms of finishes and the handles recessed. They are perfect in an open-plan living room visually to separate the kitchen from the living room;
walk-in wardrobes: refurbishing the bedroom with a modern design without any major structural works thanks to the use of sliding glass doors, granting access to accessorised, tidy wardrobes, with games of mirror-finishes and transparencies.
Within our collections, you’ll find multiple types of glass doors, which differ in their opening mechanism, hardware, structure, decoration, design and material.
Here are some of our solutions:
sliding doors in plate glass, inside and outside the wall: solutions that are increasingly being used for a whole series of benefits, ranging from transparency to minimum bulk, without neglecting their minimal and modern design;
partition elements with a track fitted to the floor or ceiling, with sliding or folding opening, the best way seamlessly to separate two rooms with different functions, without preventing light from passing;
flush-fitting hinged: the sophisticated design of a flush-fitting door in the transparent version. Plenty of colour variants are available, which can be accessorised with customisable handles and aluminium frames in different shapes, sizes and finishes (antracite, bronzo, gold, bianco, etc.);
leaves with a traditional hinged opening mechanism or two-way pivoting, where glass takes centre stage. Indeed, it can be ordered in various finishes: smoked, mirror-finish, metal or with specific 3D effects, as well as transparent or lacquered. The pivoting doors are refined and trendy, as well as scenic. They can be ordered full-height and in the extra large version, to accomplish specific interior designs;
smooth, slatted or sector doors (horizontal and/or vertical), dedicated mostly to full-height glazed walls. The presence of metal strips along the glazed surface allows special games of blocks and voids, light and shadow to be achieved, making the interior architecture extremely sophisticated;
there is no shortage of the more traditional doors with glass sections, to be teamed with models in wood or laminate, to create matching and harmonious interior designs, meeting the most diverse spatial needs.