The vestibule should be at least 5 feet deep in order for the door to open and a person to walk behind it.
You mean a Vestibule?
They're worth having If you live in a cold climate and you use it as an airlock - keeping the inner door closed unless you're entering or exiting.
If you're going to
Can we create landing above vestibule?
An idea for integrating the two doors - vestibule and front
old-house vestibule in a new house: a door between outside and inside, and a door between the vestibule and the front hall. The space of the vestibule is compressed and tight, making the space of the home all the more explosive and impressive.
Vestibules. Originally conceived as an air lock to keep
home, the vestibule has taken on a character all its own. Not quite inside nor outside, a vestibule is meant to be a transitional space that keeps rain, mud and unwanted guests out of the house proper. These transitional spaces, though more common on older homes, can find their way into a more contemporary