Italian architect Paolo Festa took inspiration from the abstract work of renowned Dutch painter Piet Mondrian for this series of Celine interior doors by Albed that combine geometric shapes in different sizes and orientations.
Featuring a portfolio of metal profiles for both the exterior frame and internal dividers, different sizes of rectangular glass pane inserts and jambs, the Celine series is fully customizable and can be configured as a sliding, hinged (with a 180-degree opening) or pocket door, as well as an interior curtain wall.
Special technology allows for a reduced overall thickness, while the glass portions are available in a range of opacities, including transparent, painted, smoked or mirrored. Alternatively, they can have a ribbed surface with metal or textile textures.
Made from 100 per cent recyclable aluminum, frames and jambs are offered in a natural finish or in black, bronze, champagne, gold or titanium. Rounding out the collection of Celine interior doors by Albed are more than 10 handle grips and handles (in some cases with optional locks).