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26 Cowper Street
London
United Kingdom
EC2A 4AP
www.lualdiporte.com
Tel 07951921001
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Lualdi UK

Overview



Lualdi is a legendary name in the history of Italian design with almost 150 years of history, creating a wide range of premium custom interior doors, boiserie, and partition walls made using exclusively high-quality materials in both the residential and hospitality sectors. A family-run business, currently in its fifth generation.


During the sixties, with the industrial breakthrough, Lualdi started closely collaborating with established architects like Luigi Caccia Dominioni and Vico Magestretti. Today the company works with many internationally renowned architectural studios with showrooms in Milan, London, New York, Los Angeles, and Miami.


High-quality products, excellent craftsmanship and advanced industrial production techniques have always been Lualdi's core strengths.  


We design custom & ready-made doors, superior sliding s...

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Factory Visit
Factory Tour
The Factory tour is a complete immersion through the extraordinary journey of the Lualdi family, an Italian leader manufacturer with more than 200 years of history, collaborating with the most celebrated architects worldwide.
An exclusive opportunity to fly to Italy and visit the factory in Marcallo con Casone and the nearest Milan showroom.
During the tour, we will guide you into:
- How a door is constructed, from its internal technical components to the different textures to apply on the surface.
- The various door structures available: wood, glass, and aluminium.
- Technical information on the production process.
- The advanced techniques in design and engineering used to manufacture a door, unique characteristics that contradistinguish Lualdi in the design industry worldwide.
- How the evolution of architecture and design has affected the invention of modern doors.
- The requirements needed to produce a certified fire and acoustic door.
At the end of the tour, you will understand the technical workings of interior doors and gain confidence in creating projects where complex opening systems are involved in future design.

There will be a talk and video presentation in the afternoon, during the visit to our showroom in the city's heart of Milan, followed by a supper.
Knowledge level:
Detailed Knowledge
Material type: Factory Visit
Multiple CPD formats
The Invisible Doors and Their Impact on Design and Architecture
This CPD will present a journey back in time, looking at how the design of the door, as a key architectural element, has evolved through the ages from a simple necessity to a design element.
Topics discussed include:
• How historically the door evolved from the Middle Ages to nowadays design.
• Analysing the internal door and its technical components to expand the knowledge of such a beautiful feature.
• Concealed door and the potential of this system.
• The importance of using sustainable materials for manufacture nowadays.
• UK regulations regarding the performances of an internal door including fire and acoustic compliance and the requirements related to inclusive environments.
• How to specify a door which complies with UK British Standards and guarantees safety for people using the building.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
The Internal Glass Sliding Doors Nowadays: A Connection Rather Than a Barrier
This CPD will explain the importance of integrating a glass sliding door into the design to enhance the spaciousness and performance of the space. It will examine how spaces can be optimised through doors and the advantages of glass sliding systems.
Topics involved are:
• The technical components of wood and glass doors.
• The sustainability of materials used during production - including glass and aluminium.
• UK regulations related to glass sliding doors.
• The advantages of designing open spaces through transparent partitions.
• How glass can be efficiently applied to the doors.
• How the flexibility of glass sliding doors can allow a more versatile design.
• How to specify the correct glass sliding door in line with safety requirements.

This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar

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