Architecturally, the door is the first frame of the interior— the first taste that the guest has of a building or a room. Is it grand and imposing? Subtle and covert? Wood or glass? Intricate or sparse? The door is a preface to the story of the space beyond. As a designer you get to choose how much of the plot you want to give away.
The street entrance is open, offering a window into the warmth inside.
Wooden slats frame the approach to the restaurant.
Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace
A doorway of glowing onyx lures guests towards the intimate Nobu hotel lobby.
Dramatic antique knockers adorn otherworldly, 16-foot tall doors.
Signature bamboo and wood signal the natural materials of the dining room beyond
Anticipation grows as guests walk through the compressed entryway.
Woven wood tells a story of exquisite craft.
Intricate patterns frame stunning views of the Gulf of Oran.
Shinola's front door pays homage to its formerly industrial surroundings.