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INTERNAL Door

Glass

Minimal design and complete transparency come together for the utmost in contemporary styling to completely transform the look and feel of a space. Beautifully divide open-plan living or provide unique access between rooms with the elegant finish of a glass door.

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Minimal design and complete transparency come together for the utmost in contemporary styling to completely transform the look and feel of a space. Beautifully divide open-plan living or provide unique access between rooms with the elegant finish of a glass door.

Why choose a Deuren glass door?

Glass is one of the most beautiful materials of modern-day architecture and is so versatile it can create captivating statement pieces. Some of the world’s most iconic buildings use glass to magnificent effect – and there’s every reason to incorporate elements of that in contemporary design for your home.

Glass has long been used within the build of homes but now we can help you use it in a way that completely transforms your living space. Our internal glass doors offer maximum visual impact, while allowing natural light to flood your home. Large expanses of glass used in this way go hand in hand with minimalist design and add a sense of space and even provide acoustic insulation.

Concealed hinge system

The TECTUS completely hidden hinge system allows for a fully flush surface, meaning these doors marry perfectly with the clean lines of minimalist design. TECTUS has a load capacity of 300kg, while minimalist hinge dimensions allow for complete transparency.

Matching handle variant

The KC 17 handle fixes on to the door with an adhesive strip and positioning template.

Magnetic catch

Rely on a contactless and silent door closing process thanks to magnetic catches. They finish flush with the door ensuring an overall streamlined appearance. This system is made up of the closing magnet KC 50 for the frame and magnetic plate KC 50/G, which is found on the closing edge of the glass door and almost invisible.