Greene: sliding glass doors with no visible bottom tracks
Sliding glass doors can easily change the perception of physical borders
January 24, 2018
Photos courtesy of Boffi Studio Manila
Whether you have an open floor plan or just want to create a cozier space in your home, the right room divider makes all the difference. Glass doors infuse spaces with a clean, contemporary vibe. And perhaps the most attractive aspect of sliding glass doors is their aesthetic appeal. They make fine additions to homes with minimalist themes.
Using a glass partition system is an interesting way of connecting spaces, ensuring a continuous flow between them. For closets, sliding doors provide the largest opening for reaching your clothes and don’t come off the tracks like bi-fold doors.
Designed by Piero Lissoni, Greene is a self-bearing system of floor-to-ceiling glass doors (sliding and fixed) with no visible bottom tracks, exuding a sense of ease and sophistication. One can enhance or filter the amount of light in a room as Greene comes in wide selection of color options including: back-painted frosted glass in white, dove-grey, and coffee; transparent glass; and smokey gray glass.
Greene doors are made of 6-mm-thick tempered glass that can go as high as 3 meters with a maximum width of 1.5 meters. Frames come in anodized aluminium finished in matte black and can be ordered as single or multiple panels. Depending on where and how you use Greene sliding glass doors, one can easily change the perception of physical borders.
Greene sliding doors are available for custom orders and viewing in Boffi Studio Manila, The Residences at Greenbelt, Makati City (open Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 6 pm). For inquiries or to schedule a tour, call (02) 794-2095.