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Coplanar doors

In recent years, the concept of coplanarity has made its way into trendy furniture, especially in the context of minimalist style.

Coplanar means "placed on the same plane" and therefore identifies two surfaces mounted exactly flush with each other. In our case, this is the leaf in relation to the architraves or the wall.

The Inlinea opening

is a very practical solution for achieving coplanarity when it is only needed in a room or corridor. . On one side of the door, in fact, the leaf is flush with the architraves, while on the other, the side to which it opens, it looks like any other hinged door.

The Inlinea pull version

version is made with the same logic as the previous one, but the directions are reversed. In this case, therefore, the leaf opens towards the coplanar side, while on the push side it looks like a hinged door.

Then there is the Rasomuro line

which includes doors with a hidden frame and without architraves, whose leaf on one of the sides is flush with the wall in which it is installed. The panel is thus perfectly integrated into the wall, seamlessly.

Finally, the Essential opening

is, among the sliding doors, the one that guarantees the greatest coplanarity effect. It is a concealed sliding door, but without visible architraves or frames and therefore almost flush with the wall.

Hidden in plain sight

Do you want to conceal a room, a closet or otherwise keep the door out of sight? Take advantage of the coplanarity by painting the leaf exactly the same colour as the wall or covering it with the same wallpaper. Then do away with the handle, replacing it with an invisible mechanism, such as our Segreta plate. In this way, the leaf will almost disappear, with an effect similar to a hidden door!

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