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Ten properties with French doorways that deliver an airiness to the inside

A house with terrazzo interiors and an condominium that was renovated to incorporate library bookshelves throughout its partitions function on this lookbook highlighting 10 properties with French doorways.

French doorways may be described as a pair of doorways that sometimes open out to out of doors areas and have glass panes that stretch the peak of the doorways.

The doorways are sometimes used as exterior doorways, as they will deliver mild into the inside on account of their largely glass development. However French doorways will also be utilized in interiors, the place they divide and partition areas with out compromising on mild.

The next residential tasks present how French doorways can be utilized and integrated inside dwelling renovations, extensions and newbuilds.

That is the newest in our lookbooks sequence, which offers visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks together with open-plan research, bedrooms on mezzanine ranges, and inexperienced dwelling rooms.

Tower House by Dominic McKenzie Architects
Picture is by Will Pryce

Tower Home, UK, by Dominic McKenzie Architects

Situated within the London borough of Islington, Dominic McKenzie Architects regarded to lofty constructions in rural Italy when designing this brick extension.

Chevron flooring attracts the attention in the direction of black, glass-panelled French doorways, which had been positioned beneath an oblong skylight and open out to a sunken backyard.

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Book-lined apartment by Atelier Tao+C
Picture is by Santiago Barrio and Shen Zhong Hai

Guide-lined condominium, China, by Atelier Tao+C

A white modular couch was oriented towards white French doorways at this top-floor condominium in one in all Shanghai‘s earliest high-rise residential buildings.

Atelier Tao+C renovated the condominium to centre the examine as the point of interest of the home. Flooring-to-ceiling smoked oak bookshelves had been constructed across the entirety of the condominium and body white-painted French doorways that result in an L-shaped balcony.

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Tehama One by Studio Schicketanz
Picture is by Joe Fletcher Images

Tehama One, US, by Studio Schicketanz

Expanses of panelled glass blanket the partitions of this dwelling in California, which was designed by US observe Studio Schicketanz. The only-storey dwelling and visitor home had been positioned round a landscaped courtyard.

Indoor and out of doors areas grow to be one by way of the usage of massive French doorways that present calming views out to the central courtyard. Textural supplies had been used all through the inside.

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 Casa Mami by Working Holiday Studio
Picture is by Carlos Naude

Casa Mami, US, by Working Vacation Studio

Japanese and Scandinavian design in addition to the work of architect Luis Barragán knowledgeable the design of this vacation dwelling within the Californian desert.

French doorways body the desert environment from inside the paired again inside, which homes a sculptural Cylinder Again Armchair by Los Angeles-based furnishings studio Waka Waka.

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White Rabbit House by Gundry & Ducker
Picture caption: Picture is by Andrew Meredith

White Rabbit Home, UK, by Gundry & Ducker

Designed by structure studio Gundry & Ducker, White Rabbit Home is a neo-Georgian dwelling in Canonbury, Islington. The studio integrated inexperienced hues and different-shaped home windows and openings all through.

The kitchen options white terrazzo flooring and green-painted double doorways that open to its backyard. A skylight runs the width of the area above the kitchen and its island-cum-breakfast bar.

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Amott Road by Alexander Owen Architecture
Picture is by French + Tye

Amott Street, UK, by Alexander Owen Structure

Curving timber, geometric shapes and vivid colors outline this dwelling in East Dulwich by London studio Alexander Owen Structure.

The kitchen has a wood-lined inside with timber stretching and curving throughout its ceilings, partitions and cabinetry. Deep blue flooring lead out to the backyard through arched French doorways, complementing the house’s modernist and pop-art really feel.

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Greenwood Road by Kilburn Nightingale
Picture is by Charles Hosea

Greenwood Street, UK, by Kilburn Nightingale

Architect Ben Kilburn remodeled his personal Victorian property in Hackney, London, including a double-height library beside stretches of pale-wood-lined glazing that opens out to the backyard.

The double-height area is visually linked to each the house’s out of doors area and a front room with a mezzanine-style railing positioned on the ground above. Flooring-to-ceiling glass, together with French doorways, stretches everything of the rear brick quantity.

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 Antwerp apartment by Bovenbouw
Picture is by Filip Dujardin

Antwerp condominium, Belgium, by Bovenbouw

Giant French doorways tower above the inside of this Antwerp condominium, positioned inside a residential growth set inside three transformed Nineteenth-century buildings.

Bovenbouw Architectuur regarded to Nineteenth-century design concepts to tell the design of the condominium, incorporating classical options corresponding to parquet flooring and ornamental marble panelling.

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Maison 0.82 by Pascual Architect
Picture is by Marie-Caroline Lucat

Maison 0.82, France, by Pascual Architect

An open-plan kitchen, lounge and eating room had been positioned on the southern aspect of this single-storey dwelling in France by Pascual Architect.

Flooring-to-ceiling glazing, which doubles as massive French doorways, surrounds the perimeter of the dwelling areas and offers views out and quick access to the outside.

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House 03 by Lucas y Hernández-Gil
Picture is by José Hevia

Home 03, Spain, by Lucas y Hernández-Gil

Spanish studio Lucas y Hernández-Gil overhauled an condominium in Madrid by reconfiguring its format, putting in a brand new kitchen and including oak and stone surfaces all through.

Orignal joinery was restored all through the Nineteenth-century condominium. French doorways open out from the open plan kitchen and dwelling space and are framed by bi-folding shutters that may take away the sunshine from the inside.

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That is the newest in our sequence of lookbooks offering curated visible inspiration from Dezeen’s picture archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing open-plan research, bedrooms on mezzanine ranges, and inexperienced dwelling rooms.


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