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Hettich "Slide it. Love it." web special

Space is precious, and is becoming more so. In 2030, 70 per cent of all people are likely to be living in towns and cities. This will add more and more weight to the question of how to use space particularly efficiently and sensibly.

Creating perfect rooms for living and working in is a matter for the professionals: interior and furniture designers. And there are sliding door systems that make sensible use of every inch of space. In modern, spacious interior design, sliding door systems are the perfect creative element because large surface doors impressively pick up on purist room aesthetics. Yet sliding doors also lend an attractive simplicity and sense of space to small rooms while optimising space efficiency.

In the new "Slide it. Love it." web special, Hettich shows what sliding door systems can do. The more home and living spaces merge into one, the more interesting it becomes to have the option of partitioning areas off to suit the particular situation. For instance, the kitchenette disappears from the living room while watching television in the evening, at the weekend the home office is hidden from view in the bedroom and in the bathroom sliding doors only show what is meant to be seen. Apart from numerous design inspirations and example applications, Hettich offers a wide range of e-tools for structuring planning and production processes with speed and certainty. The fascination of Hettich sliding door systems can now be discovered at:


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