In this context, to achieve an environment with a linear and modern style, it was decided to "camouflage" the flush doors using the same color as the wall.
Pivato doors were chosen for a private home located in a prestigious residential setting:
- Door with mirror from Wood Line, Modular style, mod. 332, white Pivato, h 2400 mm, Special Alchemy Sliding Collection;
- 2-leaf blind hinged doors from the Wood Line, Light Collection, h 2100 mm
1-leaf blind hinged doors from the Wood Line, Light Collection, h 2100 mm.
The Special Slides give a choice of verious sliding solutions. Alchemy is the system with no visible track, in which the sash slides magically and fluidly, giving the illusion of a moving wall.
The Leggera Collection is Pivato's flush-to-wall. Devoid of jamb cover is lightened by these structural elements so that its visual simplicity can be enhanced. In this context, to achieve an environment with a linear and modern style, it was chosen to "camouflage" the flush doors using the same color as the wall.
On the right bank of the Soča River, near Gorizia, lies Gradisca d'Isonzo: a walled border town . The passage of history is deeply reflected in the city. There are four periods in Gradisca: the Venetian fifteenth century, the Austrian seventeenth century, the Habsburg nineteenth century, and the Italian twentieth century.
Gradisca retains vivid memories of World War I-just think of the Isonzo and the eastern front against Austro-Hungarian forces-and of more distant wars of which evidence remains in the walls erected by the Serenissima.
At the end of the nineteenth century one of the fronts was torn down to make room for a garden, and the walled city began to transform into a garden city, full of light, large green spaces. Today Gradisca, with its manicured and welcoming Habsburg air, is a Baroque salon, full of beautiful palaces and cafes.
Fun fact: Maria Bergamas, the woman who chose the coffin for the monument to the Unknown Soldier, was a gradiscan.