Cero Floor To Ceiling Sliding Door

With panel sizes of up to 4000mm wide and up to 6000mm high, the possibility of having moveable floor-to ceiling glazing is now a reality with the advent of this ground-breaking product. 
The Cero sliding door system

The opening possibilities of this aluminium sliding glass door system are almost unlimited – opening from the right, the left and from a corner. There are even free-standing corner solutions, so that no post is left standing when opened. Panel sections are almost completely integrated into the surround frame, which fits flush against the wall, ceiling and floor.

You can see why it’s also known as the invisible sliding door or invisible window as it almost disappears into the surrounding structures leaving just 34mm visible all around the edges. View the Cero Gallery.

The panel frame is 72mm, with glass thickness of a maximum of 54mm. The surround frame is 91mm (for a single runner), 197mm (for a two runner) and 303mm for a three-runner.

Cero sliding system gallery

Floor-to-ceiling Cero system

Floor-to-ceiling Cero system

From the garden, the sliding doors offset the asymmetric roofline

Cero’s minimalist style is also apparent from the garden view

Modern luxury home in Kingston Upon Thames with sliding doors systems ODC 300 & Cero and windows

The majority of the sliding door systems are the ODC 300 and in the Kitchen is the floor-to-ceiling slimline Cero. The rest of the glazing systems are windows.

Period home had kitchen extension done with large floor to ceiling sliding doors

Cero – the invisible window (sliding slimline floor to ceiling door system)

Sliding slimline floor to ceiling door Cero plus fixed rooflights

A view from the older section of the house

Cero sliding system frames can be inset flush with the surrounding walls, floor and ceiling

Slimline sliding floor-to-ceiling system Cero, installed in a luxury modern home in Kingston Upon Thames

Sliding slimline floor-to-ceiling door system Cero

Extension on small kitchen to large open plan kitchen with large sliding door systems & rooflight

Sliding slimline floor to ceiling door system –  the Cero

Cero sliding doors open onto full-length balcony

Case study

Kitchen sliding glass doors installed in London (Cero)

Large kitchen extension in North London

This project was a complete house refurbishment in North London, where the clients undertook a large extension at the back...

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The new and unrivalled sliding door system - the 'invisible' window.