L7 Scorrevole doorways by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi

Dezeen Showroom: glass is elevated with elegant hues and patterns within the L7 Scorrevole door system, created by architect Piero Lissoni for Italian model Lualdi.

The L7 system options mounted or sliding glass door panels set in a lightweight, minimal aluminium body and is designed to go well with each residential and workplace settings.

The L7 door system consists of glass end choices comparable to mesh patterning

In response to Lualdi, the system is characterised by its clear and important strains. It’s designed to be traditional in aesthetic whereas bringing in modern supplies and applied sciences.

The L7 system is on the market in a variety of distinctive glass finishes, together with back-painted in refined colors like Chalk White or Lime Grey, or patterned with refined marks or graphic mesh.

L7 Scorrevole doors by Piero Lissoni for Lualdi
The panels could be ordered in quite a few configurations

The aluminium frames are additionally out there in a variety of steel finishes with matching flat handles.

With a lightweight, six-millimetre profile, the system could be ordered in quite a few configurations, together with single, double, triple or quadruple panels.

Product: L7 Scorrevole
Designer: Piero Lissoni
Model: Lualdi
Contact: [email protected]

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