Hillsborough Residence

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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to It's Time to Think Differently About Doors13 February 2022

The structure here dictated the scale of the pivoting door. A door sized to the proportion of a person would've meant more divisions in the wall and more separation between inside and out in this design, which relies instead on breaking down those barriers. Care has been taken to match the size of the stone threshold to the size and reach of the pivoting door, lending the open panel a natural point of repose.

Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Achieve the Indoor-Outdoor Connection12 June 2018

Create seamless flow An ample-size pivoting glass door makes an impressive entry on its own – but pair it with a back wall of glass doors, and the light really flows. The same flooring material indoors and out creates an uninterrupted flow from the front to the back of this home.

Laura Gaskill added this to The Pros & Cons of Stone Floors30 August 2017

Stone used indoors and out creates a seamless flowIf you crave indoor-outdoor flow, using the same stone inside the house as outdoors is a great way to connect the two spaces. Especially when the stone is paired with large windows and sliding glass doors – or even a pivoting wall, as shown here – the effect is stunning.Flooring: cleft green slate

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Robin Welch added this to Welch Exterior ideas27 June 2022

Seamless indoor, outdoor space.

Trudy Armstrong added this to 515 56th St14 June 2021

View from front door all the way through the house.

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