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Glass and wood: the essential elements for furnishing divider solutions

Glass and wood: the essential elements for furnishing divider solutions
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From modern to classic to contemporary. The design solutions that can be achieved with glass and wood are innumerable and allow us to satisfy every style and design request.

These are high quality materials, natural, ecological and recyclable, which allow us to create products that are always new and different from each other, with exclusive finishes and numerous transparencies and colors.

Thanks to the use of these elements also the production of interior doors has evolved considerably, both from an aesthetic point of view and from a technical point of view. As for the design, there are still many requests from the classic taste where some types of glass are preferred, such as TIFFANY, even if the most up-to-date interior design trends feature dividing solutions with a minimal frame that surrounds the crystal .

Let’s see in detail some proposals made of glass and wood that meet the current aesthetic taste by responding to a whole series of design requirements that are present in today’s homes.

FACTORY 1950: industrial style partition systems made of glass and wood

FACTORY 1950 is the latest FOA innovation. It is a line that interprets the industrial style, with which we currently offer sliding systems, fixed partitions and concealed sliding systems. The thin perimeter and the different squares made of wood have a decorative function because the laminated safety glass with a thickness of 10 ÷ 11 mm is structural in the doors. 

 

Glass and wood: the essential elements for furnishing divider solutions

There are also many types of sliding and fastening systems provided for this line, including the innovative mini track of only 3.3 cm in height, which is provided with the same finish of the doors, allowing you to get a very minimal solution. Another novelty is represented by the finishes foreseen for the Collection, including the exclusive TOTAL colors which guarantee high opacity and are anti-fingerprint and resistant to abrasion.

This type of structure is ideal for more modern homes, where you want to create open space environments characterized by play of light and transparency.

Folding doors in glass and wood, aesthetic and functional solutions

Thanks to the evolution of their design, folding doors are no longer simple dividers with the sole purpose of solving a space problem. The classic plastic bellows door can now be replaced by a door made of glass and wood that presents itself as an alternative piece of furniture to sliding and swing doors.

Of course, folding doors are an ideal solution for many situations, for example for kitchens where it is difficult to open a swing door due to the presence of a large-sized refrigerator, or for the separation of a living room from the kitchen where there is no possibility to slide the doors of a sliding door, but even in cases where there are no space problems, folding doors can be very interesting, as they are available in two, three and four door versions , they allow to divide even the largest rooms, giving style and elegance to the environment.

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