By Lualdi

The internal sliding door that composes walls Inspired by the large and light moving surfaces of the traditional Japanese house, the Shoin internal door is a system of sliding doors and fixed glass panels, with one or two tracks, designed to compose walls. The slabs live inside a thin aluminum frame, flush with the glass on the external façade of the composition. The Shoin sliding door gives life to a fluid and flexible system that divides indoor spaces ensuring maximum penetration of light and continuity between the different environments. Shoin transforms environments into luminous crystal boxes that lightly define spaces within spaces.