Rimadesio Boston – sliding door systems

Last month I attended a Boston Society of Architects meeting at Arclinea Boston. They showroom was in the midst of an expansion for the new home of Rimadesio Boston.

Founded in 1956 near Milan, Italy, Rimadesio produces systems for sub-dividing living environments and for the architectural definition of internal spaces. Rimadesio’s innovative design features include doors equipped with a magnetic closing system that don’t require a lock; Hanging wall units that don’t require a track on the floor but are perfectly calibrated so they don’t sway; Elegant design that allows heavy sliding wall units and doors to be moved with a finger.

A little more contemporary than my usual style, but these doors looked as cool in person as they do in these photos.

xoxo Linda

1 thought on “Rimadesio Boston – sliding door systems”

  1. I love sliding doors, screen dividers, and see through curtains. There’s something mystical about sleeping in a bed surrounded by mosquito netting or empowering about sitting in a room that has a glass partition. They can see me, but they can’t hear what I say. Cool.

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