Entrance partition style

Porch partition hard porch fold
Entirely partitioned entrance: refers to the design of your entrance to be full. From the ground to the top. This kind of entrance is designed to block the line of sight.
The considerations for this design are:
1. Will your design affect the natural lighting of the doorway? This is very important. If this design causes the light at the doorway to be dark, it will be superfluous.
2. Will this design create a sense of narrow space? This is also worth paying attention to.
Half-partitioned entrance: The entrance may be half or nearly half of the design on the x-axis or y-axis.
This design will reduce the probability of occurrence of the above mentioned items to a certain extent.
The semi-blocked entrance may also be made of glass in the transparent part, although it is from the ground to the top, because it is visually semi-blocked. So it still falls into the category of semi-isolation.
Soft entrance fold
Ceiling division: The location of the foyer can be defined by the difference in the shape of the ceiling.
Wall division: The location of the hall can be defined by the difference between the wall treatment method and other adjacent walls.
Floor division: The location of the hall can be defined by the difference in floor material, color, or height.
Shoe cabinet division: The position of the hall can be defined by the length of its horizontal blocking in the x-axis direction and the extension in the y-axis direction.