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SEGRETA

The SEGRETA collection allows you to create custom-made invisible doors and closure panels perfectly integrated into the walls. The special frames eliminate the traditional door jambs and completely hide the adjustable hinges. The doors are equipped with a magnetic lock, and the special-size closure panels are provided with a pressure-opening system with no handles. You will also have the opportunity to choose the finish you prefer directly on-site: you can have the doors (or the panels) painted with the same colors as your wall or decorated as you prefer. The SEGRETA collection system is available for masonry and plasterboard walls, with lacquer or natural wooden finish.

PROJECTS MADE WITH THE SEGRETA DOOR

Sea House

A beautiful contemporary villa surrounded by the sea and vegetation, panoramic windows and bright tones are present in all rooms of the house. The client requested Master colletction doors with...

Family House

A modern designed renovation by the Architects Filippo Cambi and Petula Bolognesi. The typology of the selected products is very varied, invisible doors of the Segreta collection, sliding door of...

City Home

A historic town house, where the generous ones volumes are the only memory of another era. The complete renovation of the building it has been designed to make contemporary this...

Grey House

A contemporary home where coexist harmony design complements with traditional materials. For the interior doors, the wall line of the Master collection with lacquered glass in the new pink grey...

Apartment in Florence

The doors of the Master collection, with lacquered pantographed panel systems, are the highlight of the Staino&Staino furniture for a prestigious apartment in the historical center of Florence, with a...

Private house in Montecatini, Italy

An apartment with a minimalist and distinct design, accessed from a “Light” pivot door in satin silver steel and milky-white laminated glass. The main entrance door on the first floor...