Eagle RidgeContemporary Hall, Seattle

The 6' x 10' pivot door swings with a push of a finger.



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divadog55 wrote:Jan 31, 2014
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    Gary Gladwish Architecture
    The pivot door is made by Dynamic Window and Door in Canada though there are other manufacturers around the country. I do not recall the cost of the door as it was included in the total window package. I do know that it took six burly men to get it in place but will swing with a push of a finger.
  • divadog55
    Thank you!
Universal REI LLC wrote:Oct 13, 2015
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    Gary Gladwish Architecture

    That is a pivot door that can be obtained by a number of manufacturers around the country. This one came from Dynamic Windows in Canada as they are fairly close to the site. Shipping costs can add quite a bit when you are dealing with large heavy doors and windows such as this so look for a supplier in your area.

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Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: Just What Mom Wanted, Off the Washington CoastJan 20, 2014

The entry to the house looks like just two large panes of glass, but one is a pivot door. The view cuts straight through to the mountains and water. “The ground falls away from the house, and it’s as if you’re up in the air,” Gladwish says. Just inside, an indoor moss rock garden atrium blurs the line between inside and out.

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joannevasko added this to OfficeJul 24, 2019

Large window also door for study and master

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