Construction of the Riciclantica door is the secret behind its slim strength. An aluminum substructure (with the design integrity of a suspension bridge, the cross-section is beautiful in its own right) supports the door, and allows for 86% dematerialization. The doors are totally flush — no handles or screw holes— with a self-closing mechanism.
The entire kitchen can be pulled apart and recycled after use. Riciclantica doors come in several eco-conscious materials: carbon fiber (specially woven and sealed for a smooth finish with the textured look of fabric); steel; or high-pressure laminate (HPL) finished with non-toxic water-based varnishes.
The Riciclantica door respects the four basic principles of environmental friendliness: minimum consumption of raw materials and energy, durability, recyclability and non-toxic finishes.