The Design Possibilities of Imago Lift & Slide Doors

The Design Possibilities of Imago Lift & Slide Doors
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As an architect you’ll have many projects which all require a door system that can take advantage of superb views and provide the perfect frame.

Whatever your project they are all different, one might need a system which can cover a large space whilst at the same time avoid compromising the view.

The second project has a much small area for glazing, but needs to maximise the light coming into the room. Your vision for your third project requires a door to replace the wall to border the room and create panoramic views.

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was a door which has the flexibility in design to provide the answer to all three of your projects? Well, the Imago Lift & Slide door from AGB has the design capability to do exactly that.

Timber Lift & Slide doors from Imago are cleverly designed so the hardware can be used for large wide-span doors, or used as a small pocket door. It even has the capability to create cornerless glazing so there’s very little frame to obstruct the view.

The Lift & Slide door allows your imagination to run free and inspire fantastic designs, leaving homeowners with a beautiful door to add real style to their home.

Find out more below about how the design capability of Imago Lift & Slide doors is the answer to your project, whatever the size of your glazed space.


Large Wide-Span Doors

The large glazed area of Imago Lift & Slide doors creates fantastic opportunities and possibilities for architects to produce stunning glass door systems.

With clever Italian engineering, the Imago Lift & Slide system has a tiny slimline frame of just 2cm. Even with such a slight frame, it has the strength to hold large areas of glass to provide the ultimate frame for the view.

No matter how wide the space is for your project, Imago Lift & Slide doors are designed to give your vision, the impact it deserves. With less frame and more view, you really won’t have to compromise.


Cornerless Glazing

With cornerless glazing, architects can cut corners and create an aesthetically pleasing panoramic view of the landscape. Cornerless glazing removes the corner mullion, leaving just a complete unit of fixed glass. It’s the perfect way to frame a sweeping view out over the countryside or maybe on a coast.

It gives you the freedom to achieve uninterrupted views on not just one wall, but across multiple walls to brighten up any room and bring more natural light in, this helps to reduce energy costs. So if you want your project to blur the line between the inside and the outside, cornerless glazing should be your first choice.


Pocket Doors

If you have a tight space where you need to maximise as much light as possible, pocket doors can achieve this. The Imago Lift & Slide door provides the design possibilities to become a pocket door.

A pocket door is a clever way to take advantage of limited space, the door simply slides into a pocket in the wall out of sight, so it’s there when you need it and gone when you don’t. Imago Lift & Slide door is engineered so it can slide perfectly into a pocket in the wall and achieve the vision you set out to.

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