• Glass Pocket Doors


    The traditional design of sliding doors consists of two sections of panels, one stationary and one movable for opening.

    The Principle of Glass Pocket Door
    The Principle of Glass Pocket Door

    Another design of sliding doors - the so-called glass pocket, or disappearing, doors. In this design, all glass panels slide into open pockets, completely disappearing. This creates the feeling of a “wide open” room outside the room. This effect can be used in combination with angular transparent window walls, which allows you to even more erase the differences between the open space inside and outside.

    Such doors have gained popularity relatively recently, and there are many options on the market.

    Sliding pocket doors are created using traditional materials for interior work and modern adaptation for outdoor lighting and the use of the game of light.
     
    An Elegant Glass Door
    An Elegant Glass Door
    Sliding glass doors can be adapted to slide from the corner joint with each other, without leaving a corner stand or frame. Moreover, the “meeting place” does not have to be at an angle of 180 or, say, 90 degrees. It can be any angle, allowing you to easily fit such doors into any design.

    Sliding glass doors are especially popular in Southern Europe and throughout the United States. They are used in hotel rooms, condos, apartments, and residences. They are used to access the upper balconies, where there are large panoramic views, - for enhanced natural lighting, and to increase the flow of fresh air.

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