Linvisibile and the luxury Made in Italy

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Invisible doors as a luxury made in Italy

A few days ago I was invited by Linvisibile (an Italian company that creates flush to wall doors, later below I will explain better…) to the Bologna Design Week during the Cersaie 2017.

As you can see from the pictures, I held a workshop based on the theme “Design and Digital” in a charming Evangelical church: the Church of Santa Maria della Neve, that now is the location for the design showroom “Insidesign Studiostore”.

 

Inside, I had the opportunity to see, and touch with my own hands, the products by Linvisibile, the company that I told you about before. I must admit, their creations seen in real life leave you breathless!

As I told you, Linvisible produces doors, but not the usual doors we are accustomed to: they are the inspiration and the modern evolution of “secrets passages” … like the ancient passages, perfectly inserted in such a way that nobody would be able to know it existed without the owner of the house.

Linvisibile, besides creating “invisible” doors, hides its main innovative, the unique and patented technology, which eliminates jambs, covers and hinges.

 

All this has a very high aesthetic sense and a wide range of customization options that is able to match and integrate into any kind of environment.

Alba - Curved Hinged door

Alba - Curved Hinged door

Alba is a door that can be characterized by a curved door swing, this way it can allow projects with a rounded wall, without having to worry about “the door issue” 😉

Alba - Curved Hinged door

Brezza - FILO 10 Vertical Pivot door - Boiserie system

Brezza - FILO 10 Vertical Pivot door -Boiserie system

Here you can see the Brezza door (FILO 10 Vertical Pivot – Boiserie system) characterized by a geometric black and white stone decoration. I find it very elegant and modern at the same time, perfect for refined environments. What do you say?

Brezza - FILO 10 Vertical Pivot door - Boiserie system

Orizzonte - Skirting system

Orizzonte - Skirting system

Here is the Orizzonte system applied over the Alba Hinged door which is entirely covered in marble. It is absolutely amazing, without the need to add anything else.

Minimalist Soul

The door we are talking about complements the furniture and becomes the main piece. It is true that it has an invisible structure, but it certainly is noticeable!

The minimalist “soul” put into this product completely fascinates me.

Brezza - FILO 5 Vertical Pivot door

Brezza - FILO 5 Vertical Pivot door

In this version of the Brezza door (FILO 5 Vertical Pivot) the minimalist spirit of Linvisibile comes out in every way, can you see it?

Brezza - FILO 5 Vertical Pivot door

Marea - Concealed Sliding door

Marea - Concealed Sliding door

The Marea Concealed Sliding door, is perfect for all those cases where we want to save a little bit of space, or have the door’s effect be more minimal! In this case, it is entirely covered in wood, just like the wall, becoming one: extremely chic!

Marea - Concealed Sliding door

Marea - Concealed Sliding door motorised

Marea - Concealed Sliding door motorised

This is another version of the Marea door, it is still a sliding door, but in this version, it features a motorized opening. Besides being offered in a bright color, even if its minimal, it is a focal point in the environment.

Marea - Concealed Sliding door motorised

This company, in my opinion, reflects the true Made in Italy in all aspects. I absolutely recommend that you to keep your eye on it!

Moreover, I can honestly say that it was great to see and know the people who work in Linvisibile. I understand that this charge is so pure, fresh and minimal. I met young and dynamic people and I was finally able to breathe in a multicultural and open atmosphere.

with Antonio Menegatti, managing director de Linvisibile
with Antonio Menegatti, managing director de Linvisibile

Hooray for Made in Italy and hooray for Linvisibile!

Bologna Design Week - Cersaie 2017

So what do you think? Did you know about Linvisibile? What do you think about their products? Is there one in particular that got your attention? Would you like to have one of their doors, I mean “secret passages”  in your house? What do you think about Made in Italy? As always, I hope that I was able to show you another suburb product of design!

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©photos: CBteam and Linvisibile

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