370 Doors Design Photos And Ideas - Page 4

A side view of the front entrance.
Floor-to-ceiling wall of glass allows for expansive views of property and pond.
A lake view bedroom.
Asif Khan has been working with the manufacturers of Vantablack since 2013 and proposed its use in his shortlisted proposal for the UK Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015.
Creekside Residence
The home has sliding doors with thick wood frames.
A custom steel and red oak ship ladder in the main living area is another space-saving solution. The door is Douglas fir and the shelving is mesquite wood; an Eames lounge chair can be seen in the master bedroom.
The living room utilizes Eames lounges and a B&B Italia sofa to create a spare but comfortable environment. Sliding glass doors provide ample ventilation.
The crumbling red building reflects the site’s romantic, nostalgic feelings from its previous industrial use.
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In the main corridor of the refreshed 19th century building, you’ll find original mosaic floors and lush potted plants from Alejandra Coll of Asilvestrada Plants.
Max Rippon and Ausias Perez painted the numbers on the doors in a similar style to the original signage of the building.
Mandel designed a six-by-eight-foot extension for additional space on the ground floor.
When the sliding doors are left open, the rooms enter into a playful dialogue with each other, with the dark exterior walls framing the more colorful bedroom within.
front entry interior
Coakley commutes an hour into London, where his two SCP stores are located. In the entryway, a pair of Jasper Morrison tables join a vintage Moroccan rug. The circa 1980s Thinking Man’s Chair, also by Morrison, is in the foreground.
An aluminum-framed door leading to the terrace provides an added sense of depth, integrating outside with inside. Here, the metal contrasts sharply with the natural birch flooring.
A hinged door allows further access to the backyard.
This giant bi-fold door opens up to a covered boardwalk-style walkway and the backyard.
The family room can be either intimate and quiet or it can open up to world beyond its doors.
London-based firm McLean Quinlan was asked to create a vacation home that could take advantage of its spectacular location outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming, while also blending in. The resulting design
Pascal poses on the threshold of the living room, which can be closed off with a translucent pocket door, yet still take advantage of the light that pours in from all sides.
The wooden doors in the living room practically vanish when closed. Sliding them open reveals modern bedroom suites in a lighter, brighter palette.
The front door is made from re-milled old leftover beams. A custom pivot mechanism allows the weight of the massive door to rest on a tiny point, allowing for almost friction-free operation.
“In the living room,” Nelson explains, “we fell in love with the nail patterns in the floor and asked our contractor, John Hakewill, to follow the original pattern to a T. The floor was so well done originally, all the woodworkers would come in here and they couldn’t stop talking about how they hadn’t seen such a great floor—ever.”
Ian Read wanted the addition to reflect the time in which it was constructed, not the Victorian times in which the house was erected. The industrially styled doors situate the office space squarely in the 21st century.
A conservation easement in favor of the Nature Conservancy prohibited permanent development so we customized two shipping containers off site, and then transported the new ‘cabin’ via truck to the property. Together with the client, we chose an ideal landing spot next to an old creek bed, with sunset views of Black Butte cinder cone. The cabin is completely off the grid and can be locked up tight when not in use.
While trying to introduce some charm and playfulness into the space, Silvia discovered a set of reminder stickers from Hu2 that she stuck to the inside of the front door. She also mounted four of Muuto’s Dots, which were designed by Lars Tornøe and are both useful and decorative.
Looking from the bathroom to the living space through the portal, which houses a small closet,  and also provides a spatial and material transition from private to public space .
The Willow & Juniper tree house by ArtisTree
Once inside, visitors are greeted by three ten-foot-tall hand-carved antique panel doors.
Ian and Yeo’s house was uninhabitable when they purchased it in 2002. Three months later, the roof caved in. The translation of the sign above the door of the couple’s renovated house (right) is “peace.”
A seamless sliding door by CS For Doors—accented by Mockett hardware—separates the master bedroom from the living room and doubles as a backdrop for a projector.
“I suppose you could consider me part of a subculture who lived in various inner-city spaces,” says Simpson, whose previous homes include ad hoc spaces in industrial warehouses, floors of office buildings, and units above shops and bars. In designing his Island Bay home completely from scratch, he retained his experimental spirit: “We wanted a house that responded to our wider social, environmental, and economic concerns rather than something that blindly followed convention,” he says. Unassuming in sight, the home’s corrugated-metal cladding (above) recalls the tin shed, a vernacular housing type in the region.

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