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Shoin sliding doors across a contemporary living room

Shoin sliding system by Lualdi

Dezeen Showroom: Italian brand Lualdi has introduced the Shoin system of glass sliding doors and fixed panels to evoke the lightness of Japanese interiors.

The Shoin system features fixed and sliding panels placed on one or two rails. It creates glass walls and entryways that delineate spaces within spaces, in a similar way to Japanese interior screens.

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The Shoin system is informed by the sliding screens in Japanese interiors

The six-millimetre-thick tempered-glass panels come in a range of styles, including fluted grey and extra-clear.

They sit within a slim aluminium frame with finish options including various woods, metals and matt lacquered colours.

Shoin pivoting glass door
There is also the option of a pivoting door

The rails are fitted with shock absorbers for protection, and the collection also includes a pivoting model.

"The light presence of Shoin pivot creates well-defined and welcoming environments, luminous boxes traversed by light," said Lualdi.

Product: Shoin
Designer: Lualdi
Brand: Lualdi
Contact: [email protected]

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