Products from Dwelling Concept provide better user experience for opening and closing cabinetry doors.
24 January, 2014
These days, kitchen cabinetry and wardrobes are not just about aesthetics. More and more, people are demanding that their storage systems work as efficiently and seamlessly as they look good.
Dwelling Concept understand this, which is why they have made it their mission to provide innovative solutions for the premium market. One such product is the Mover sliding track from Bortoluzzi. Made in Italy, the vertical sliding mechanism for wall cabinets allow the cabinet door to slide completely open, enabling the user to gain full access into the compartment. Should the user desire the door to open partially, a stopping mechanism will hold the door at the required height.
Another innovative product from Dwelling Concept is Salice’s hinges in a new Titanium coat (top image) – the only such finish in the market. The Titanium finish, with its muted sheen, is a subtle alternative for the modern kitchen. Developed by Salice’s Technological Centre, the finish is subjected to rigorous testing. The result is a product that is even more resistant to aggressive oxidising agents and corrosion compared to the classic nickel-plated finish. Visit Dwelling Concept to view their full range of products.
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