Kooyong ResidenceContemporary Entry, Melbourne

Shannon McGrath

This is an example of a large contemporary front door in Melbourne with a single front door and a glass front door. —  Houzz
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joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 28 Entries With Impact From Around the World16 August 2018

14. Location: Kooyong, VictoriaDesigner: Matt Gibson Architecture + DesignFeatures: A curvaceous entryway sets the scene for the rest of this unique home.

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Rebecca Gross added this to 6 Types of Glass Doors and Their Transparent Benefits28 August 2015

BenefitsHinged doors can be framed or frameless and, as these two images demonstrate, each offer a very different look. The selection of door handle also contributes to the overall look and style of the door.Hinged doors can be used to maximise the space of a narrow opening, and are a good alternative when there is no allowance to install stacked or folding doors. However, do remember they will require a clear space in front of them equal to the width of the door. Hinged doors come in a variety of sizes, but the structural frame and hinges will need to be able to support the weight of the door when open. They can be teamed with security or fly screens to let the breeze in while keeping unwanted bugs – and people – out.

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DE atelier Architects added this to Crossing the Threshold: 7 Surprising and Stunning Home Entries2 October 2014

2. Warming hearth entry Hidden in the leafy suburb of Armadale, Victoria, is a warming entry you want to find. Poised at the juxtaposition of the original dwelling and contemporary extension is this transparent doorway. The full-height glazed door welcomes you to the inner sanctum of the semi-private courtyard. Even a threshold-warming fire can be lit in the open fireplace, creating a delightful ambiance in the courtyard. It is an alluring setting; an entry that I would love to be welcomed into.

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friesiangirl added this to Ent Area - Glass doors16 December 2019

Hinged doors can be framed or frameless and, as these two images demonstrate, each offer a very different look. The selection of door handle also contributes to the overall look and style of the door. Hinged doors can be used to maximise the space of a narrow opening, and are a good alternative when there is no allowance to install stacked or folding doors. However, do remember they will require a clear space in front of them equal to the width of the door. Hinged doors come in a variety of sizes, but the structural frame and hinges will need to be able to support the weight of the door when open. They can be teamed with security or fly screens to let the breeze in while keeping unwanted bugs – and people – out.

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Sheree McDonald added this to Sheree's ideas12 December 2019

Doors no frames open out French, or with wooden frames. This does not have the flexibility of the German ones like Annerose and Ann henry

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