For this cottage, the choice fell on the Pantograph. The characteristic feature of this collection is the sash that recesses slightly from the cover trim, giving the door design a deeper feel.
Pivato doors were chosen for a small villa with a garden:
- 6 hinged doors from the Wood Line, Dynamic Collection, Stile Pantografata Tosca, mod. 190, white Pivato, h 2100 mm
- 3 sliding doors inside the wall from the Wood Line, Dynamic Collection, Stile Pantografata Tosca, mod. 190, white Pivato, h 2100 mm.
Pantographing is a woodworking technique that creates elegant volumes and chiaroscuro.
Stile Pantografata expresses a classic and sophisticated taste, available in six different aesthetics capable of both re-proposing a traditional style and reinterpreting them in a more modern version: TOSCA, IRIS, CARMEN, TURANDOT, MEDEA, AIDA.
For this cottage, the choice fell on the Tosca Pantograph with Classic Coversheet from the DYNAMIC COLLECTION, which provides an opening up to 110°. The characteristic feature of this collection is the sash that recesses slightly from the trim cover, giving the door design a feeling of greater depth.
Pordenone originated in Roman times from what is now the locality of Torre. Over the centuries it passed under the control of various rulers: the Holy Roman Empire, the Habsburgs, the seigniory of the d'Alviano family, the Republic of Venice, the fall of which saw the city pass into Austrian hands, then Napoleonic, then Austrian again, and finally annexed to the Kingdom of Italy in 1866.
A port city (the city's name derives from Portus Naonis, Latin for "port of the Naone," today's Noncello River), of cotton mills, paper mills, and in recent times an industrial and university center, Pordenone is rich in history and culturally vital, with numerous events, including international ones.