Simply Aluminium Uprights, thanks to their particular design, they are suitable to be covered. They can be used in two ways: from floor to ceiling or from floor to wall. The term pillar means a vertical structural element capable of supporting and reinforcing a given structure. The uprights proposed by Doal allow the development of structures of equipped walls, shelving and so on. The uprights are made of aluminium and, thanks to their special design, are suitable for being covered. They can be fixed in two ways: from floor to ceiling or from floor to wall. For more information and details please go directly to the catalogues section where you can find all the features of the Simply Model, with various descriptions and technical details.
The Simply aluminium pillar is equipped with a completely concealed accessory mounting system (such as shelves, drawers, trouser holders, servants) as the system is positioned at the back of the pillar. All this makes Simply a very attractive and flexible design product. In fact, one of its features is the aesthetic that is very interesting as minimalist and refined. This product has been designed not only for home furnishing but also for public and private offices and shops of any kind. In fact, Doal has created various clothing and footwear franchising interiors for the creation of elegant shelves with movable shelves at any height with extreme practicality and simplicity. Its maximum expression is in the night area in the construction of walk-in closets thanks to the wide range of finishes of the internal components ranging from the practical melamine to the most elegant lacquered finish. The wide range of sizes of the straight or shaped shelves allows the creation of compositions that make the most of all the spaces available. Both in width and height. The finishes of the aluminium uprights can be perfectly matched to the sliding doors as they are available in the same colours.
A little curiosity about uprights
The term is used in construction, architecture, engineering, automotive, furniture and aeronautics. The pillar, if horizontal, is called a crosspiece or a crosspiece, if oblique in construction it is called a "strut".