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DOORS

PRODUCTS IN PRACTICE - OFFICES

Dorma

BUILDING British Library Business & IP Centre, London

ARCHITECT Eldridge Smerin Architects

CLIENT British Library

PRODUCT Manet

CHARACTERISTICS The frameless glass wall creates a networking and meeting area between the reading room and the workshop studio. Included are five pivoting doors which are flushmounted in single-point fixing to enhance the architectural aesthetics

SPECIAL PROPERTIES Sections looking onto the reading room incorporate a film which changes in transparency as it is viewed from different angles, allowing a degree of privacy for users of the room

ENQUIRY NO 1200

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