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Asymmetric Double Door

Asymmetric double doors are a type of door system commonly used in modern architecture, predominantly in commercial buildings. The asymmetric double door system consists of two doors that open in opposite directions, allowing for greater flexibility in terms of where the door can be opened from, as well as allowing for greater soundproofing. This type of door system can also be used to create interesting visual effects by allowing for different paneling or designs on each of the two doors. Asymmetric double doors can be made from a range of materials, including wood, metal, or composite, and can be designed to fit a range of door frames, including flush frames, recessed frames, and pivoted frames. The door system can also be designed to have either one or two handles, depending on the type of locking system desired. Asymmetric double doors offer both aesthetics and practicality in modern architecture, with soundproofing, flexibility, and a range of design options available.

Security, Versatility, Aesthetics, Variety, Locking.

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CITATION : "Mary Jones. 'Asymmetric Double Door.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on June 15, 2024)"

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