The internal pivot door from IQ Glass gives the appearance of a simple hinged casement door when closed, only revealing its bespoke nature when opened.
The metal frame gives a crisp, minimal aesthetic to effortlessly blend with its surroundings. A range of handles are available to give this internal glass door system the ability to follow a modern or contemporary design.
The interior glass pivot door can be configured as a single feature door or multiple opening elements next to each other. Large sizes can be reached to achieve an oversized glazing statement.
Using large, clear panes of glass breaks down barriers to create undifferentiated spaces. Privacy or spatial segmentation can be provided through the use of decorative or laminated glass in the interior glazing.
Most popular is a single opening, the pivoting point can be determined in the specification process depending on the size and weight of each individual installation.
The door can be tailored to meet many interior glazing design requirements, including different coloured frames and finishes to achieve the desired aesthetic.
The newly renovated IQ showroom now features a range of internal glazing solutions including multiple internal glass pivot door installations. This includes a single oversized glass pivot door with anodized bronze frames and double opening internal pivot door with bespoke textured handles.
Internal glazing allows natural light to flow freely through the home and is an ideal choice when looking to create a broken plan layout.
With a range of frame finishes and glazing options available, seeing the systems in person before specifying and being able to talk through the options in person with a technical sales advisor is important.
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The pivot door design is designed to sit flush with the surrounding wall finishes when closed.
This design allows the glass to sit flush with the walls from one side of the door opening.
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