37 Doors Wood Sliding Door Type Exterior Design Photos And Ideas

The new sliding door is by Jeld-Wen, while the rug was found at a local shop called Portia’s Barn. The floors are white oak.
The balance of old and new achieved in the project impressed the jury for the Australian Institute of Architects 2020 awards, which commended Bokey-Grant by saying, "JJ House is exemplary as an approach for altering and establishing a sense of individuality in the recognizable housing stock of our suburbs."
The light at the end of the tunnel-like entrance draws visitors to the oversized slab-style front door.
“From the city to the house, there’s a big gap. You need to have a space to adjust to the feeling,” says Ashizawa. The long form of the entry corridor does just that, taking cues from Japanese temple architecture to create a moment of intimacy before the awe. “The house is lucky enough to have kind of a magical space.”
The rear facade is fitted with lots of glass and exterior decks for indoor/outdoor flow.
An 11.8-foot-wide opening creates a fluid connection to the side yard.
Sliding glass doors spanning 15 feet create a generous exchange between the main interior and rear yard.
Opening to the home's main entrance on the upper level, a large red sliding door—one of three—is painted Gypsy Red by Sherwin-Williams. To the left is the kitchen and dining space, and to the right is the living room and studio.
The extended roof eave wraps around the building for shelter and protection from the sun.
The large pocket doors of the central room slide open to connect to adjoining patios.
The bespoke sliding door system conceals a small storage closet accessed from the outdoor deck.
Lift-and-slide doors open the ground-floor living space up to the outdoor courtyard. The exposed concrete floor of the interior is echoed in the courtyard by linear concrete pavers to emphasize indoor/outdoor living.
At the rear of the new addition, large folding glass doors open the cooking and dining spaces up to the outside.
The two bedrooms are located down the hallway from the common areas. Each room has its own fully equipped bathroom.
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.
Glazed sliding doors blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living and help bring in cooling cross breezes from the coast.
The house was designed with passive heating and cooling strategies in mind, which are so successful that there is no air conditioning. The thickened wall over the north-facing glass forms an eave, which helps to modulate incoming sunlight in the summer. "In winter, the sun can penetrate well inside the living and dining rooms, warming the floor slab," says the firm. Additionally, "the double height of the living space provides stack ventilation, with an operable highlight window naturally drawing hot air up and out." Cross-breezes are encouraged by effective window and door placement.
A pallet boiler powers heating and hot water in winter. It's stored in a buried silo in the summer.
The “Green Concrete” floor is made of recycled material and cement replacement compounds, which greatly reduce its carbon footprint.
The entryway features a Studioilse Bench 443 in walnut with a leather pad by De La Espada.
The entrance to the house is through an access hall located at the street level.
The axially conceived linear layout meets the crossing of open space.
Painted in the same warm navy as the exterior walls, the two solid-wood living room doors create a seamless link between the living room and terrace.
Sunlight floods the interiors through the greenhouse volume.
A sliding wooden door marks the entrance to the interior courtyard of the home. The residence consists of three connected volumes of different heights wrapping around the center of the podium, and the spaces inside them carefully scaled: small enough for introspection, and large enough to take in the landscape.
Villa H | sliding doors blend in- and outdoor space
Outside, larch-wood shutters offer the residents privacy.
The home has sliding doors with thick wood frames.
Mandel designed a six-by-eight-foot extension for additional space on the ground floor.
Quarter-sawn sapele pocketing Lift & Slide Doors
The Shudio entrance.

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