Open Corner Sliding Doors
Glass corner sliding doors can create open, frameless corners and are the epitome of the indoor-outdoor design trend.
KELLER minimal windows® can be easily designed to slide away from a meeting corner connection leaving no frame, or posts in its way.
An open corner to a room or space gives a feeling of extreme openness, allowing designers to effectively push back two entire walls for even greater access to the outside.
The open corner in KELLER minimal windows® is created with male and female connector joints that can be engineered to connect at nearly any angle required for your project.
When closed the square aluminium frame at the connection seals effectively for full weather protection.
A floating roof, seemingly defying the laws of gravity, coupled with the flush floor finishes of the minimal windows systems, can create a striking open appearance to even the smallest of extensions.
Invisible Pocket Doors
Maintain minimal framing and large glass facades on upper floors with an invisible Juliette Balcony detail. A frameless glass balustrade can be invisibly integrated into the tracks of the KELLER minimal windows® sliding doors allowing doors to be opened on higher levels.
Modern Juliet balcony designs often utilise sliding doors as when open, they don’t take up any of the internal space.
With this style of Juliet balcony, some are put off by the fact that they cannot have a completely open aperture, as often the sliding pane or panes stack onto a fixed one.
This issue can be resolved by using a pocket door where the sliding panes can ‘disappear into the walls leaving an open space that is roteecte by a glass balustrade.
Read more about Frameless Juliette Balconies.
We have an extensive portfolio of projects that feature glass corner sliding doors by minimal windows. From new build homes to unique extensions to luxury residential development, minimal window systems can be specified to suit a wide range of project types.
Below are some examples of these projects. For more information and to view more project images, head to our glass corner sliding doors case study page.