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Ambro – New Door Collection

Gibbon Group presents AMBRO – a new door collection

Ambro – New Door Collection


May 8th, 2009

Gibbon Group announces the release of the definitive Ambro Luminate – Door Collection.  Ambro’s unique technology combines translucent strips with natural timbers or vibrant colours in a seamless finish, and is now available in a large range of sizes and designs.

The outcome is a creative solution with a quality finish in this made-to-order Collection. 

The ‘Door Collection ‘ catalogue of designs simplifies the specification process in that quoting and production lead-times are reduced, whilst at the same time offering a significant range of designs which become quite extensive over the different sizes and finishes. 

As part of the Ambro’s ongoing philosophy where innovation and quality are always foremost in mind, Ambro still offers their custom service for specific projects and the two components to Ambro – Catalogue and Custom – become a powerful design offer from this Australian manufacturer.

Ambro doors are suitable for use with hinged, sliding, and pivot mechanisms, and now offers pre-machining of the door hardware to reduce risk of damage on site.

Ambro has a genuine commitment to providing designers with a beautiful high quality product that is simple to specify yet creates an aura of thoughtful design & craftsmanship in the space it occupies.

Catalogue Range Dimensions

Height:         Up to 2640
Width:         Up to 1200
Designs:    20+
Thickness:    42mm
Delivery:    4 Weeks
Manufacturing:    Australia (made to order)




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