Door Design

Desire meets a new Design

Door Lock is a 2018 South Korean thriller drama film directed by Lee Kwon. The film stars Gong Hyo-jin, Kim Ye-won, and Kim Sung-oh. It was released on January 5, 2018. Sleep Tight, a 2011 Spanish flick, served as inspiration for the film. The storey is told from the perspective of the criminal in the Spanish film, but from the perspective of the victim in the Seoul film. yung-Min is a regular lady living in a rented room. When she gets home, she notices that the door lock cover has been left open, and it’s quite unsafe. Natasha alters her password and she is concerned about this. But, just that she’s about to fall asleep, she hears something.

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We’ve discovered that most entry doors perform brilliantly in general. However, the materials utilised in their construction, such as fibreglass, steel, and wood, each have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. A low-priced steel door can cost up to five times as much as a wood or fibreglass door, but it isn’t the most durable alternative.

Door Lock

Lee Kwon directed Door Lock, a 2018 South Korean thriller drama film. Gong Hyo-jin, Kim Ye-won, and Kim Sung-oh star in the film. On December 5, 2018, it was released. The film is based on the Spanish film Sleep Tight, which was released in 2011. While the Spanish film presents the storey from the perspective of the perpetrator, the Korean film does so from the standpoint of the victim. yung-Min is a typical woman who lives alone in a studio apartment. When she returns home after work, she discovers that her highly protected door lock cover has been left open. She changes her password because she is a little afraid of this. However, just as she is about to fall asleep, she hears someone attempting to open her door.

Sliding glass door

In design and construction, a sliding glass door, patio door, or doorwall is a big glass window opening in a structure that provides door access from a room to the outside, fresh air, and abundant natural light. A sliding glass door is typically thought of as a single unit made up of two panel portions, one of which is fixed and the other of which slides open. A wall-sized glass pocket door, for example, has one or more panels that are movable and slide into wall pockets, disappearing completely for a ‘wide open’ indoor-outdoor space experience. The sliding glass door became popular in pre-war International style building in Europe and North America.

Revolving Door

Three or four doors hang on a central shaft and rotate around a vertical axis within a cylindrical cage to make up a rotating door. Revolving doors save energy because they prevent draughts (by functioning as an airlock), reducing the amount of heat or cooling lost by the building. Stack effect pressure in buildings is relieved by revolving doors. The ‘Stack Effect’ pressure, which is created by air rushing through the building, is extremely high in high-rise buildings. Revolving doors allow a huge number of individuals to enter and exit at the same time. There are normally three or four “wings” or “panels” around the centre shaft of the revolving door.