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Architects around the world have found ways to integrate automatic doors gracefully into a wide range of architectural styles from sleek and modern to stately and historic to charming and quaint. Custom designs, colors, finishes, shapes, and framing can make an automatic door suit any type of building. Automatic doors have come a long way since their inception, and can be creatively implemented into most any architectural style.
See a few examples below, then let your imagination run wild.
Glass sliding doors at the MGM Hotel provide a modern elegance.
Automatic doors welcome hotel guests, easily accommodating large event crowds.
Building owners and consumers alike appreciate the beauty of automatic doors. The design flexibility allows for custom colors, finishes, and configurations.
Automatic doors can reduce wasted energy and lower heating and cooling costs. That’s because automatic doors open and close only when a user triggers them. Automatic doors also shut completely, preventing the escape of air.
Automatic doors make entering and exiting a building easier for everyone. Mothers with children. Shoppers with packages. Workers with tasks to do. People with disabilities.
Sliding automatic doors on this wine cellar make it convenient when hands are full of glasses and bottles.
The Harley Museum in Milwaukee sports automatic swinging doors easing the flow of patrons.
Studies show that consumers perceive businesses with automatic doors as having a higher level of service than businesses that don’t.
Custom finishes, shapes, and framing can make an automatic door suit any type of building.
With commercial buildings, first impressions matter. Automatic doors are a dramatic and state-of-the-art entrance to your buildings, with countless designs and colors, from classical to modern.
The chrome revolving doors at this Ritz-Carlton create a dazzling entrance way.