Open systems

Discover our customisable opening systems.

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Recessed groove with diagonal handle

Recessed groove with diagonal handle

The recessed groove with diagonal handle is easy to grip because it increases the grip area of the door. An interesting design solution would be to combine it with a tabletop with a beveled profile. In some cases, the door itself can have an aluminum profile on it, making it more durable. The grooves can have different colors of metal, wood, or the color of the door itself.

Recessed groove with “L” shaped handle

Recessed groove with “L” shaped handle

The recessed groove with an “L”-shaped handle is convenient for gripping, as it allows you to increase the grip area of the door. An interesting design solution would be to combine it with a thin countertop. The groove can have different colors of metal, wood or the color of the door itself.

Recessed groove

Recessed groove

Due to its versatility, horizontal and vertical grooves can meet any aesthetic and structural requirements of modern kitchens. Recessed groove – the most common way to open doors in modern kitchens. Can be used with all types of doors. The grooves can have different colors of metal, wood or the color of the door itself.

Linear Handle

Linear Handle

The line handle is an aluminum profile equal to the width of the door itself. It can be made in different colors.

Integrated Handle

Integrated Handle

The door can be opened with a special cut-out slot. Options are available for different models. The color of the groove usually matches the color of the door.

Handle with pocket

Handle with pocket

A handle with a pocket is usually made of metal and recessed into the door. Such handles practically do not protrude beyond the door line and do not interfere with their opening.

Handle at top

Handle at top

The handle at the top is an overlay of aluminum or plastic, which is attached to the top of the door. Different color options are available.

Handle

Handle

The usual overhead handle. Can have different shapes, sizes, colors and materials.

Grip Handle

Grip Handle

Grip Handle – profile integrated into the door for gripping from the front side. Available in a variety of colors.

Flat groove with pocket

Flat groove with pocket

The groove can have different colors of metal, wood or the color of the door itself. The central groove can be used in the middle of the door installed on a household appliance (e.g. dishwasher)

Flat groove with diagonal handle

Flat groove with diagonal handle

Flat groove with diagonal handle is easy to grip. An interesting design solution would be to combine it with a tabletop with a beveled profile. In some cases, the door itself may have an aluminum profile on it, making it more durable. The grooves can be a different color of metal, wood, or the color of the door itself. The central groove can be used in the middle of the door installed on a household appliance (e.g. dishwasher).

Flat groove with “L” shaped handle

Flat groove with “L” shaped handle

Flat groove with “L” shaped handle is convenient for gripping, as it allows you to increase the grip area of the door. An interesting design solution would be to combine it with a thin countertop. The groove can have different colors of metal, wood or the color of the door itself. The central groove can be used in the middle of the door installed on a household appliance (e.g. dishwasher)