TRE PIU PAVILION LIBRO DESIGN BY ANTIONO CITTERIO

TRE PIU PAVILION LIBRO

DESIGN BY ANTIONO CITTERIO

TRE PIU PAVIION PLANUS DESIGH BY ANTONIO CITTERIO

TRE PIU PAVIION PLANUS

DESIGH BY ANTONIO CITTERIO

TRE PIU -  PAVILION LIBRO + PAVILION PLANUS

The Pavilion sliding doors are also available with a folding system, that minimizes exterior dimensions and provides the opportunity to create a wide range of design and installation. Pavilion Libro is perfect for every setting, thanks to its countless combination of profiles and glasses, as well as systems sized down to the millimeter. They can be installed in every architectural structure, while maintaining the lightness and elegance of Pavilion. 

Pavilion + Planus can be defined as Antonio Citterio’s masterpiece and its complementary satellite.  Together they represent a unique design project depending on integrated panels, sliding and hinged door, consisting of Pavilion and Planus programmes. Thanks to their specificity and capacity to be fitted and integrated, they offer a wide range of functional applications in different ambiences house-office. They offer a wide range of options, tastes, performances and atmospheres for prestigious modern image.

TRE PIU PLANUS QUATTRO DESIGN BY ANTONIO CITTERIO

TRE PIU PLANUS QUATTRO

DESIGN BY ANTONIO CITTERIO

TRE PIU PLANUS SETTE DESIGN BY ANTONIO CITTERIO

TRE PIU PLANUS SETTE

DESIGN BY ANTONIO CITTERIO

TRE PIU - PLANUS QUATTRO + PLANUS SETTE

Planus Quattro - The aluminum frame and metal sub frame have very small size and are installed on the corner of the wall (as an entrance door) on the pull side

Planus Sette - The aluminum sub frame to be walled up and finished, has a very small size. The main characteristic of the door is to be mounted flush on the push side. This solution with framing (available both for gypsum or concrete structure) and panel finished like the wall can be quickly and easily installed. The design quality complies with the technical solution, achieving an integration of the complete door into the wall, almost disappearing, on both pushing and pulling opening direction.