Whether it’s a resort enhancement, condo conversion, or restaurant facelift, retrofitting commercial projects with wide openings and large glass panels creates memorable first and last impressions.
The open bi-parting multi-slide allows for the ocean breeze to refresh the sitting area.
When transforming a Midcentury Modern office complex in La Jolla into luxury condominiums with an asking price of $10.1 million, AVRP Studios principal Doug Austin knew minimizing the amount of obstruction to views was imperative to raising the 50-year-old building’s social status.
Natural light and fresh Hawaiian air flood the rooms when the sliders are open, providing views of the beach.
To upgrade the sliding glass doors in over 400 units, Aston Hotels & Resorts needed an energy-efficient solution that could go big for its 30-year-old beachfront resort in Hawaii.
As part of a $100 million expansion effort, Koloa Landing Resort & Villas, on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, employed a solution for each of its 306 units that provided guests with beautiful big island views while helping to protect from tropical elements.
The two open multi-slides allow for a cross-breeze in the guest room.
This stacking multi-slide door opens the main dining room of Joyride to a casual patio dining space.
To give a refurbished 1970s building a modern feel, Phoenix-based Upward Projects used floor-to-ceiling multi-slide glass doors on three sides of their restaurant concept, Joyride Taco House.