Crossing New Thresholds

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Crossing New Thresholds

The door manufacturer Tre-P&Tre-Più, located in the region of Lombardy, has always worked with the most famous names in the design world to create its doors. Among the best-loved results are the Rever by Cini Boeri; Convex Design by F.A. Porsche; Pavilion, Planus and Continuum by Antonio Citterio; and Idea by Daniel Libeskind. At the helm of the company’s new conformation is Mauro Colombo, a businessman from Brianza who used to direct Alpe, a rm specialised in the commercialisation of heavy and light building materials. Colombo came to Tre-P&Tre-Più with great faith in the company’s potential in the manufacturing of doors for interiors. From the start, the new governance has concentrated on strengthening the foundational values of the brand.

A research and development department has been inaugurated to collaborate closely with the technical department. New projects with

Cini Boeri Studio; fresh attention
for luxury interiors and hotels with Studio Bizzarro & Partners and Alessia Galimberti Studio; and an eye
to the future – these are the key elements of the relaunching
of Tre-P&Tre-Più’s historical identity and vocation. Planned to remain
in place are the company’s trusted characteristics of design originality, advanced production technology, functionality, exibility and adaptability. The typical Italianity of the product image is based on its rootedness in the territory and its professional skills. Internationality is given by catering to the needs of an evolved and diffuse contract market through an internal team dedicated to door customisation and the offering of support services to architects. The company is devoted to safeguarding and promoting local instances of craftsmanship, which it seeks to nurture by means of training and encounters with architects. Tre-P&Tre-Più has partnered with the Turin Polytechnic by opening the plant to internships. It also sponsors Enaip Lombardia courses in design, where students work with the company on conceiving elements for its new collections.