The hinged door is the most classic type of door. It consists of a frame and one or more leaves. The frame is composed of lateral and upper doorjambs fixed to the wall, that is the structure on which the doors are mounted, and of architraves, the side and upper aesthetic structures that cover the space between the frame and the door. Barausse offers also fire-resistant (up to 60 minutes) and soundproof doors guaranteed by international certifications.
Single-leaf hinged door
The single-leaf hinged door is the most common for the interior decoration of buildings. It can also be flush with the wall, with frame and leaf on the same level to form continuity between wall and door, and with push or pull opening.
Flush doors combine aesthetic elegance with a flexible and modern opening system without architraves. The leaf is mounted on an aluminium frame integrated into the wall which remains invisible ensuring stylistic continuity with the surrounding space. Flush doors are available in different versions: paintable or in listed finishes, soundproof and certified fire resistant.
Symmetrical double-leaf door
The doors with two symmetrical leaves are the perfect solution for environments that need a large passageway such as living rooms, receptions, conference halls and hotels. They can have a mobile leaf and a fixed one, or both mobile leaves held in place by a magnetic closer. This solution always includes a knot, a movable anchoring system on the floor and ceiling of one of the two doors.
Asymmetrical double-leaf door
The asymmetrical double-leaf doors are composed of two leaves of different sizes: the largest is movable while the other is anchored to the floor and above and can be opened when necessary. These solutions are ideal for classic or glass doors. This solution always includes a knot, a movable anchoring system on the floor and ceiling of one of the two doors.