You may not have thought about the extent to which doors define your property, but this is no open-and-shut case. With careful thought and attention to detail, brands are designing doors that are not only beautifully decorative, but highly functional too. Be it first-impression entrance doors or sliders that beckon your guests poolside, we invite you to open up your expectations as we highlight some of our favorites.
Masonite Doors’ Architectural series ensures that the acoustics are taken care of. This is crucial in hospitality as well as in healthcare facilities.
Factory-finished stained wood doors, Masonite Architectural series
Cendura Series, Mohawk
Big glass and big views are loved by all. With generously sized glass panes and a maximum frame height of 10 feet, overall widths exceeding 55 feet, and a panel width up to three-and-a-half feet, the ultimate bi-fold door by Marvin gives builders a tremendous amount of flexibility in bringing an expansive, movable wall of glass into any project. The design provides new options to designers who want to use as few panels as possible to create the least obstructed view for their project.
Bi-fold door by Marvin
With an array of styles and configurations for both contemporary and traditional projects, these doors promise to transform any space into something extraordinary. MultiGlide from the Andersen Architectural Collection blurs the line between indoors and outdoors. These doors are available in stacking and pocketing configurations, in onedirectional and two-directional options. Andersen’s dark bronze and black interior colors are available on a wide variety of products, including A-Series and E-Series windows and patio doors, 400 Series windows, 200 Series patio doors, and 100 Series windows and patio doors.
E-Series casement windows at Blake Hotel, Taos, New Mexico
E-Series Architectural Collection at Hotel Andalucia, Santa Barbara, California
Patio doors—gliding at Casa Madrona Hotel & Spa, Sausalito, California
With 86 percent recycled wood content, these doors can help a property qualify toward LEED credits. Supa Doors are built to order, giving the option of maximum customization. At the Hotel Palomar Phoenix, the doors were designed to match the North American aesthetics of the hotel. And at the Ace Hotel in New Orleans, the doors featuring a geometric motif have been installed.