A city steeped in history which still retains retain many of the classical architectural features, a city of commerce, the Borsa Italiana – Italy’s main stock exchange is based here, a city of culture La Scala http://www.teatroallascala.org/en/ one of the world’s finest opera houses can be found in the Piazza della Scala, , a city of world renowned fashion with both the Milan Fashion week http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/hot-topics-group/869/milan-fashion-week.html and theMilan Furniture Fair http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/apr/17/best-of-milan-furniture-fair – drawing a worldwide audience.
Sport is also a major influencein this city and the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium is the home of sport in Milan although we generally know it better as the “San Siro” Stadium the home of two of the best football teams in the world – Internazionale (Inter) and Associazione Calcio Milan (AC Milan) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Siro
Of course not everything in Milan is wonderful, the traffic is horrendous, but with so many good things in its favour ,is it surprising that Solidor chose the Milano as the flagship style of their Italia Collection of doors with its four symmetrically placed offset glazed panels it is a door that simply oozes class and style particularly if you select the timber grained effect and the colour “Anthracite Grey” and then compliment your door with an ES 18800 full length door handle and the clean lines of the “key only” locking system.
Just like the wonderful opera’s that ring out from La Scala Opera House the Milano is a door that will make you feel so happy that it will have you bursting into song at every opportunity, if only to sing the praises of this most stunning of doors, at least that’s the impact it has on all of us at Timber Composite Door and if it makes us feel that way we know it will have the same impact upon our customers.
If you would like to experience the joys of the Milano door from Solidor visit our Italia Collection or give us a call at Timber Composite Door and you can join in the chorus singing the praises of this wonderful door.