Pigment colors - kt.COLOR
kt.COLOR* sliding doors are available in seven different pigment colors. They come in the most beautiful colors we could find - deep, harmonious and unique. They sparkle like fresh-fallen snow and shine like the moonligh.
* Katrin Trautwein and her team produce these pigment colors in their factory, which is the only one of its kind in the world. They are crafted by hand from more than 120 different pigments. The raw materials come from chalk cliffs, ocher pits or mountain ranges. kt.COLOR became famous for developing the colors used by Le Corbusier in his architecture. The 81 colors with Le Corbusier references have now grown to 225 colors with a variety of references. Each kt.COLOR pigment has a unique story.
Slate sliding doors bring a touch of nature into your home. The veneer is not made from imitation stone. Therefore, there are natural differences in color and texture between the individual doors. The veneer, which is about 1.5 mm thick, is glued to a base plate made of Alucobond*, creating impact-resistant doors. The slate veneer has a slightly rough feel, and is available in three varieties: black slate, jeera green and autumn rustic.
* ALUCOBOND® is a composite panel made of two aluminum layers and a synthetic, polyethylene core. It has an impressive balance of weight and stiffness. ALUCOBOND® is recyclable, meaning that the core material and aluminum cover are returned to the materials cycle and used to produce new materials.
Iron rust sliding doors give your furniture a highly unique character. These one-of-a-kind pieces are painstakingly made by hand. The individual iron sheets are stamped, folded, fitted with recessed grips and polished. Then they are exposed to the sun and rain in the Ticino region for around 4 months, being brushed and turned every 3 weeks. Weather influences their color, tone and texture. Finally, they are heated to approx. 250&seg; Celsius in an oven, then treated with a special blend of oil, wax and tar to prevent them from rusting again.
The wooden sliding doors are available in a naturally varnished design and in six additional colors. The natural wood texture is clearly visible. The doors are made of an HPL* core panel veneered on both sides with birch wood.
* HPL (High Pressure Laminate) consists of multiple layers of paper coated in resin, then pressed together under high pressure to form a very resistant and stable material. The water-based varnish and colored varnish are non-toxic.
Aluminum sliding doors made of Alucobond* is a composite panel made of two aluminum layers and a synthetic, polyethylene core. It has an impressive balance of weight and stiffness. ALUCOBOND® is recyclable, meaning that the core material and aluminum cover are returned to the materials cycle and used to produce new materials.
Glazed acrylic glass
Glazed acrylic glass doors are available in 14 different color shades. They have a pleasant, velvety, matte surface. Some colors are more transparent than others and the color shade can be influenced by the color of the module. White modules will cause the glass to look more luminous, while on black modules it looks more matte. With light colors, contours of the objects in the module will shine through slightly. Acrylic glass combines the advantages of glass and plastic and is highly stable.
Glossy acrylic glass
Glossy acrylic glass doors are available in 6 different color shades. The grippy, shiny surface requires no recessed handles. In comparison to the glazed doors, objects inside the modules won't be visible through the door. Acrylic glass is highly stable, it combines the advantages of glass and plastic.