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Door frame for hinged glass door flush with the wall Elegant and impressive The purity of the glass and the absence of jambs are the fundamental elements of ECLISSE Syntesis® Battente Glass, a design door that decorates and separates the rooms lightly and without cluttering. The single glass panel is installed on a vertical anodized aluminum trim, while the hinges, completely hidden, ensure stability even in the case of particular heavy oversized doors. Dedicated door frame The door frame of ECLISSE Syntesis® Battente Glass has been specifically designed to install an all-glass hinged door. The exclusive design, like all ECLISSE Syntesis® Collection products, doesn't require the application of architraves and jambs, so that to ensures the perfect integration of the door with the wall, to create continuous surface with great visual and aesthetic impact. The profiles of the frame are made of anodized aluminium to prevent oxidation and coated with primer to ensure the perfect adhesion of the paintings. Finishes ECLISSE Syntesis® Battente Glass is supplied with 8 mm thick door panels, available in several versions. All the glass variants are certified in accordance with the norms UNI 12150 and UNI 7697. Why should you choose a glass door? A glass door represents a very interesting solution for the furnishing of living and work spaces. The use of glass as an architectural material is growing thanks to the advantage of furnishing elegantly and discreetly. The versatility of glass makes it easily integrated into different design contexts. The glass lets the light filter through the rooms and gives an enlarged perception of the spaces for living comfort.


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