The House of Doors is a private residence located in New York City. To create flexible arrangement of spaces the design focuses on four unique door types to maximize or expand room square footage. This view demonstrates the illuminated tilt-up door that can open to expand the living room or close to create a guest bedroom.     Completed while at Studio for Architecture
       
     
 Galley kitchen with monocoque stainless steel counter unit.
       
     
 Many walls and doors in the House of Doors are skinned in ribbed polycarbonate panels to share natural light deep into the space.
       
     
 View to illuminated tilt-up door and living room
       
     
 View to bathroom and pocket door
       
     
 View of double jamb door.
       
     
 The sliding panel doors are brightly lacquered and separate or connect the two bedrooms. Small circles are recessed in the surface to operate the doors and a custom pin lock fixes them in place.
       
     
 Sliding panel doors open with view to living room
       
     
IMG_8749 copy.jpg
       
     
 Diagram of door types and movement sequence
       
     
 Spaces with all doors open
       
     
 Spaces with all doors closed
       
     
 The House of Doors is a private residence located in New York City. To create flexible arrangement of spaces the design focuses on four unique door types to maximize or expand room square footage. This view demonstrates the illuminated tilt-up door that can open to expand the living room or close to create a guest bedroom.     Completed while at Studio for Architecture
       
     

The House of Doors is a private residence located in New York City. To create flexible arrangement of spaces the design focuses on four unique door types to maximize or expand room square footage. This view demonstrates the illuminated tilt-up door that can open to expand the living room or close to create a guest bedroom.

 

Completed while at Studio for Architecture

 Galley kitchen with monocoque stainless steel counter unit.
       
     

Galley kitchen with monocoque stainless steel counter unit.

 Many walls and doors in the House of Doors are skinned in ribbed polycarbonate panels to share natural light deep into the space.
       
     

Many walls and doors in the House of Doors are skinned in ribbed polycarbonate panels to share natural light deep into the space.

 View to illuminated tilt-up door and living room
       
     

View to illuminated tilt-up door and living room

 View to bathroom and pocket door
       
     

View to bathroom and pocket door

 View of double jamb door.
       
     

View of double jamb door.

 The sliding panel doors are brightly lacquered and separate or connect the two bedrooms. Small circles are recessed in the surface to operate the doors and a custom pin lock fixes them in place.
       
     

The sliding panel doors are brightly lacquered and separate or connect the two bedrooms. Small circles are recessed in the surface to operate the doors and a custom pin lock fixes them in place.

 Sliding panel doors open with view to living room
       
     

Sliding panel doors open with view to living room

IMG_8749 copy.jpg
       
     
 Diagram of door types and movement sequence
       
     

Diagram of door types and movement sequence

 Spaces with all doors open
       
     

Spaces with all doors open

 Spaces with all doors closed
       
     

Spaces with all doors closed