The challenge was to make a centuries-old house in Bergell suitable for modern inhabitants. Local cabinet maker Bruno Clalüna and interior designer Christian Speck took on the challenge and found one of many solutions in the use of sliding doors.
Architect Dieter Zulauf set great store by the design and functionality of the facade when planning a multi-family dwelling for a variety of residents. Manual and electronically powered folding sliding shutters offer residents many options to actively influence the building's appearance.
The kitchen as a central hub of daily life – this is the approach adopted by the Italian designers at c+s architects. The pivot/slide-in hardware systems enable the room to be used in many different ways without the overbearing influence of technology.
As a large shopping mall, Zurich airport boasts more than 2000 m of glass shop fronts with sliding hardware. Shop manager Patrick Graf explains the importance of flexibility, quality and long-term cooperation in this area.