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Types of Interior Doors


Compact and elegant opening system that can be made with one or two door leaves. When opening each door leaf folds in half and presses against the wall. This system is a perfect solution for decorating dressing rooms, utility rooms or openings, where the classic type of opening is inconvenient.


A door sliding along the wall is a well-known principle of door opening. The structure of the system can be with one and two wings, where the latter is made both inside and outside of a doorway. In the two-wing system, door leaves are on one line within the doorway, and each leaf, when opened, hides inside the wall.


It is an opening system, in which a door leaf is divided into two asymmetrical parts. When opening the door, its parts fold and move to one side. At the top of a doorway the "Book T1" mechanism is hidden, which provides a smooth opening of the door. From the X-Series, the system applies only to models 7X.


The “Ghost" system. The door sliding along the wall creates an effect of a ghost slipping through the air. All mechanical parts of the system are hidden in the door leaf and are not visible from any side. You see only an elegant stylish door, sliding along the guide profile, which is mounted above the doorway.


An excellent alternative to classic swing doors. The mechanism of this system is designed so that a centre of a door leaf is pressed against one of the sides of a doorway, allowing you to open the door by pushing or pulling it.


The structure of the door casing allows installing a door leaf flush with the wall without casing a doorway with trims, thus creating an effect of an invisible door, which can be enhanced if the wall contains the same colour or texture as the colour and texture of the wall. Only fittings and a thin edge, framing the door leaf, can help to see the door in your interior.

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