It takes the name of Wabi-sabi, the latest and increasingly widespread trend in the world of interior design that, once again, has its roots in the Far East. Philosophy born from the Buddhist doctrine, the wabi-sabi restores a deep value to the imperfect and simplicity of nature and its raw materials. Applied to the interior design, this idea translates into environments with neutral colors (plaster, sand, earth tones), combinations of raw materials (wood, stone, fibers, glass) and simple decorations, which reflect the daily life of those who live there in a general sense of harmony.
The over ninety finishes in the catalog offered by Albed, available on doors, partition systems, walk-in closets and bookcases, allow you to develop an interior project stylistically similar to these principles. From wood veneer to metals in various colours, glass embellished with asymmetrical metal meshes, matt lacquered finishes: the company catalog offers almost unlimited combinations, on a broad system capable of responding effectively to any building site request.
The And door has a classical appeal and it is available in the push (opening at 90°) and in the pull version (opening at 180°) with a door panel flush to the jamb, or in the sliding version with an invisible rail, where the door panel is the only protagonist of the space.
Celine, designed by Paolo Festa, offers an interpretation of geometric decorations and of the modernist movement.The squares that make up the door panel can be customized in finishes in a uniform or contrasting way. The glass can then be embellished with a thin metal mesh.
Level, designed by Paolo Cappello, has the unique feature of completely concealing the jamb when closed. The extremely thin door panel rests on a structure with a classic jamb, which is only revealed when opened. A solution apparently flush to the wall, very effective in the version with light brown wooden panel and white jamb.
Quadra is a door that attributes a primary role, in the design drawing, to the aesthetic technicality of the profiles. Available in the hinged, pocket, sliding or pivoting version, it is proposed with a door panel in wood or glass, or even double glass. For a wabi-sabi style it is perfect with aluminium profiles in the bronze finishing or in the delicate champagne shade.
Last but not least, Ri-trait was born from the desire to make the classic door as minimal as possible, to further highlight the choice of colors and materials. The result is a door where the panel is flush to the jamb, with simple lines, in a single finish or in contrast, as in the case of the version with frosted glass and champagne profiles.