Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture
Custom made hinged doors with Onda carved wood texture

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Onda Hinged Door Graffiti Collection

Graffiti Collection

Wood veneered or brushed matt lacquered hinged door, with Onda carving on both sides, available in all wood essences of the collection and in all RAL colours.

This door also available with flat doorframe in the single-leaf, symmetrical double-leaf and asymmetrical double-leaf versions.

The key feature of this door is the Graffiti Collection doorframe, which thanks to its dimensions characterizes the door in a unique and immediately recognizable way. As a matter of fact, the special carving makes this collection immediately recognizable, in its sophistication and attention to details, particularly as far as the surface design is concerned – one of Laurameroni’s distinctive features.

Wood veneered or brushed matt lacquered hinged door, with Onda carving on both sides, available in all wood essences of the collection and in all RAL colours.

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This door also available with flat doorframe in the single-leaf, symmetrical double-leaf and asymmetrical double-leaf versions.

The key feature of this door is the Graffiti Collection doorframe, which thanks to its dimensions characterizes the door in a unique and immediately recognizable way. As a matter of fact, the special carving makes this collection immediately recognizable, in its sophistication and attention to details, particularly as far as the surface design is concerned – one of Laurameroni’s distinctive features.

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  • Materials
    Onda Carved Woods

    Maple

    Oak

    Teak

    Walnut Canaletto

    Rosewood

    Wenge

    Mahogany

    Aniline RAL 9016

    Available in all RAL Colours

    Onda Lacquered Woods

    Brushed Matt Lacquered

    Available in all RAL Colours

    Liquid Velvets

    Liquid Velvet "Nocciola Beige"

    Liquid Velvet "Testa di Moro"

    Liquid Velvet "Rosso Borgogna"

    Liquid Velvet "Canna di Fucile"

    Liquid Velvet "Nero Melange"

    Handles

    "Iseo" - Chrome

    "Iseo" - Bronze

    "Iseo" - Graphite

    "Torno" - Chrome

    "Torno" - Bronze

    "Torno" - Nickel

    "Orta" - Chrome

    "Orta" - Bronze

    "Orta" - Graphite

    "Lecco" - Chrome

    "Lecco" - Bronze

    "Lecco" - Graphite

    "Varenna" - Chrome

    "Varenna" - Bronze

    "Varenna" - Graphite

    "Varenna Wood" - Chrome

    "Varenna Wood" - Bronze

    "Varenna Wood" - Graphite

    Materials
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Paolo Rizzatto

Paolo Rizzatto was born in 1941 in Milan, where he graduated in architecture in 1965 at the Polytechnic University of Milan. In his studio, he works as a freelancer in the field of architecture, interior design and light design. In 1978 found Luceplan together with Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi. Some of his projects, presented at many architecture and design seminars and exhibitions, are now included in the permanent collections of various foundations and museums around the world. He also received several awards, among which we can mention three "Compasso d’oro", respectively in 1981, 1989 and 1995. His works have been published in magazines, catalogues and books in Italy and abroad.

Paolo Rizzatto

Paolo Rizzatto was born in 1941 in Milan, where he graduated in architecture in 1965 at the Polytechnic University of Milan. In his studio, he works as a freelancer in the field of architecture, interior design and light design. In 1978 found Luceplan together with Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi. Some of his projects, presented at many architecture and design seminars and exhibitions, are now included in the permanent collections of various foundations and museums around the world. He also received several awards, among which we can mention three "Compasso d’oro", respectively in 1981, 1989 and 1995. His works have been published in magazines, catalogues and books in Italy and abroad.