77 Doors Swing Door Type Exterior Metal Design Photos And Ideas

A wood pergola offers coverage while allowing light to filter inside.
The screened-in porch leads into an open great one on one half of the structure.
The design team took down interior walls and replaced the floors with dark plank vinyl.
After: Now, vertical strips of wood from American tulip trees accentuate the height of the entry wall and surrounds the new backyard access, with glass that mimics the window shapes on either side. The ropes are in place to ring the bell in the tower.
"It was rundown, dark, and divided," recalls Masaaki of his first impression of the warehouse, the ground floor of a multistory apartment building. But after some thought, Masaaki, a Japanese-born architect, and Esther, an artist from Minorca, realized that owning the combined 2,700 square feet would allow them to headquarter Mas-aqui, the architecture and design firm they were planning to start, on-site. They bought the property and within months transformed it into a bright, modern live/work space.
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Built into a steep slope, this contemporary spec house hopes to raise the bar for hillside development in Los Angeles. The lower-level ADU can be used as an office, fourth bedroom, guest room for Grandma and Grandpa, or a suite for a possible tenant.
“People have a real obsession with putting things on the water,” says Campos. “They feel as though they paid for ocean or something, and they just need to stare at the ocean. And, I think that they really miss any opportunity to have a bit of foreground.”
Poured-in-place concrete walls surround the courtyard and are contrasted with a steel gate designed by McCuen and painted blue-grey. The gate allows glimpses inside the garden, but doesn’t compromise privacy for the residents.
A honed basalt walkway leads to the re-imagined front door.
The vestibule is new, but attention to detail helps it blend in with the old. "Molding, casings, and wall paneling was replicated and reinstalled to create a new opening that looked like it had always been there," says Urban Pioneering Architecture. The glass door with the decorative metalwork is from Irreplaceable Artifacts, and the tile is the Circulos pattern from the Cement Tile Shop.
A glass-encased entrance hallway extends outward to meet guests before leading to the central tower and staircase.
The gate, opening onto the entry courtyard, serves as the pavilion's front door.
Measuring 150 square feet, the terrace is also comprised of a steel structure. The decking was made from untreated chestnut.
The home explores the dark/light contrast found in traditional Japanese architecture and plays with shadow and light.
A deck at the entry wraps an existing tree. The charred wood exterior contrasts sharply with the blonde wood interior.
White oak cabinetry features throughout the Weave house—including in the marble-clad master bathroom. The walk-in shower area with a copper soaking tub transforms from a private retreat to an outdoor experience with a pivoting door, custom built by Identity Construction.
An oversized entrance door leads to an angled hallway that obscures views to create an element of surprise. The Vollen bench in Custom Red Lacquer is from Chadhaus.
A view from the outdoor patio into the living space. All cabinetry is pine wood.
The entrance to the triplex.
The home's unique spiral staircase can be seen through the home's exterior expression.
The entrance to the house.
The floor-to-ceiling windows at either end of a Seattle boathouse allow light to stream through the entire 1,000-square-foot space.
The view from outside into the studio. The lighting is by Artemide and the windows are by Alumicor.
A wall of glazing across from the kitchen pod connects to a centrally located courtyard, with landscaping by Eckersley Garden Architecture.
Once the front door opens, one can see all the way through to the sea.
A swinging entrance door makes a bold first impression.
Large, pivoting glass doors connect the kitchen with a patio.
Ladder steps lead up to the living area.
The entryway of the renovated farmhouse.
The area includes a Wally planter from Woolly Pocket near the custom steel-and-glass doors.
An oversized, seven-square-foot glass pivot door marks the main entrance and leads to the foyer.
Olson Kundig's natural and warm architectural palette combines metal, wood, and concrete, set against the blues and greens of the lush surroundings and bay.
Conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Marfa, Corte del Norte offers a compound with two small residences separated by a shared courtyard.
The embraced original character details of the church, including the arched glass doorway to the tower. When homeowner Jennifer and Grant initially viewed the space, the tower "was just the icing on the cake.
Steel-framed openings create new views into the historic garden.
facade of the house
The covered entrance walkway that leads to a oversized bronze door is bordered by a long granite wall on one side and open woodland on the other.
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The foyer blurs the line between interior and exterior, as the landscape seems to flow into the house through thin steel windows. White walls and white oak floors introduce the home’s warm material palette, while a nine-foot-tall pivot door made of white oak and painted aluminum greets visitors.
The sloping winged walls have mitered corners and nails laid out in perfect dimensions.
Even the brick which the house has, remained from the original version of the building - this is the most profitable material used by 99.9% of Ukrainian developers. 
It is factory-made, conventional. However, we didn’t have an opportunity to change it due to lack of time and monetary resources. Client put us in this position and he was frightened. And we were not.​​​​​​​
The pattern of the decorative screen for the stairs is repeated on the fence that surrounds the house.
A buffer space between the living area and the front yard.
Wide, low ceilings frame views toward the horse arena, while also creating visual tension between the interiors and the lush landscape outdoors.
The entry floor now boasts the striking Hex Clip pattern from Clé Tile. Horner also installed custom shelving and a floating bench, both fabricated from birch plywood.
This metallic gold door shines bright to welcome guests to L.A.'s Hotel Covell. Against a backdrop of more textural, aged elements like brick walls, it's a chic, smooth, glam touch.
Front door
Conceived as a glass wall or window that could swing open rather than a typical door, the resulting glass-and-metal piece is so heavy that it required its own foundation! Thanks to clever engineering by Sand Studios, even seven-year-old Macy can operate the 2,000-pound door.
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Reclaimed bricks and a pivoting, weathered steel door speak to the industrial flavor and salvaged materials found throughout this office renovation by architecture studio Linehouse. The result is a design that is both dramatic in form and texture, but subtle in its natural palette.
Operable doors and windows and doors provide fresh air ventilation off a newly created interior courtyard space.
The minimalist interiors are paneled in pin
Four, pivoting Corten-steel doors help with cross ventilation.
Glass windows help connect the entrance foyer to the street outdoors.

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