The Materica collection permits the creation of doors in which aluminium accommodates multiple materials, from back-painted glass to stone, metallic foil, porcelain stoneware and ceramic.
The result is a door that becomes an integral part of the architecture when inserted into a material wall, becoming a part of the same that opens onto the surrounding space.

System available in the following range of openings:

The guide pin of the sliding door goes inside the panel frame making it easier to assemble.
The lock support, painted in the same finish as the frame, also acts as a handle for opening the door. The latch is aligned on the outside of the lock support.

The polyurethane wheel applied to the frame creates friction when in contact with the floor, helping the door to not swing on its own. (optional fitted on request)
The slot for the carriage of the sliding door is concealed by a plastic cover in the same finish as the frame.
The leaf of this flush door is made with an aluminium frame covered with materials that are up to 4 mm thick. The coating material is at a 45 degree angle to the aluminium profile.
The leaf of this flush door is made with a wood sandwich panel covered with materials that are up to 9 mm thick. The aluminium edging profile frames the door leaf.

Materials with a thickness of up to 4mm can be applied to both sides of the leaf frame, whether it be in anodised or painted aluminium. The frame and the materials are joined at a 45-degree angle.
The leaf is made of a 60 mm thick sandwich panel, available in the listed finishes, and is characterised by an aluminium edging profile.

The leaf is made of a wood sandwich panel, of varying thicknesses, to which finishing panels of up to a thickness of 9 mm can be attached on one or both sides. The leaf is completed with the application of an aluminium edging profile, anodized or painted, for a total thickness of 60mm.
There is a rocker arm hinge inside the upper door jamb.