Invisible door approach
The materials and forms of invisible doors: wall panels, walls, wood, stone, glass…Any kind of wall surface can be used as invisible doors. Invisible doors are divided into two types: flat open and push-pull, which are generally determined by the shape of the wall where the invisible door is located. Invisible doors are generally used in office and home life in a variety of ways. Some are directly set on the wall, some are behind the display shelf or Doborg, and some even the entire wall is invisible. The structure of some rooms is inherently unreasonable, and there is no obvious separation between space and space, so it is necessary to break the adhesion of space and make certain distinctions through rigid means. The distinction between public and private spaces is a great use of invisible doors. For example, in the living room, the TV background wall is on the wall of the master bedroom. If you open the door, you can see the bed in the bedroom when you sit on the sofa. If you build an invisible door next to the TV background wall, you can clearly distinguish between private and public space. The bathroom in some rooms directly faces the living room. In this case, installing an invisible door can also avoid a lot of embarrassing situations.
In some large houses, invisible doors are often used to create a specific space, which is more common in suites. Invisible doors can be set in the lounge in the restaurant, the lounge in the study, the cloakroom in the bedroom, and the study in the bedroom. Generally speaking, the invisible door is set to meet specific functions, or to adapt to the overall style or a certain psychological and atmospheric needs. What if you want to rest when you are tired from reading, but don’t want to spoil the atmosphere of the study? You can set the door or bookshelf of the bookcase as an invisible door. Open the door or open the bookcase to create a comfortable lounge. You can also put a bed or sofa inside. You can sleep when you are tired, without worrying about affecting the atmosphere of the study.
Invisible door hardware selection: If you think that the difference between invisible door and ordinary door is that the door cover is not needed, then you are wrong. The designer reminded me that out of the need to protect the door opening, the door cover has to be made, but it has become an inner door cover hidden behind the door. In fact, the door panel of the invisible door is completely different from the ordinary indoor door. The four sides of the ordinary door are all flat, and the left and right side strips of the invisible door are divided into two levels, which looks like a tooth, which can be invisible when the door is closed. The wall where the door is located is completely engaged. To fully engage the door panel with the wall, a one-way lock and a spring hinge that can close automatically are essential. The invisible door must be closed at any time to highlight the effect of the hidden door, and the spring hinge can achieve this function. At present, there is also a hydraulic spring hinge with automatic positioning function, which can ensure that the door stays at any position between closed and solve the problem that the invisible door cannot be opened and closed freely. The automatic door closer is also a magic weapon for the successful installation of invisible doors. The door closer is something similar to a pull rod installed above the door of many office buildings’ fire passages. It will automatically close the door after the door is pushed open. It can also achieve the effect of spring hinges. Generally, designers would suggest to use bolts or one-way locks for invisible doors, as the traces of the door locks will not be visible from the outside.
Invisible door approach