Opening systems

These doors slide inside the wall, within a specific casing. They do not occupy space in the room and require a special metal casing to be installed inside the wall. They include frames and architraves that match with the other hinged doors.

Our hinged doors: the traditional and most frequent door opening system. Hinged doors include door leaves fitted on frames, which are mounted to the wall. The connecting hinges allow the door to move.

Door leaves can be folded in a symmetrical (50/50) or asymmetrical (2/3 and 1/3) way to occupy as little space as possible. Central hinges are usually concealed, and the new concealed systems also includes coplanar door leaves and architraves.

Flush-to-wall doors are minimalist opening systems, whose frame is fitted inside masonry or plasterboard walls, with no external architraves.