This unique door is designed by Matharoo Associates and resembles a wooden curtain. It is made of 40 sections of Burma teak and impresses every visitor that walks through it. Each section incorporates a wire rope, a hidden counterweight, 160 pulleys and 80 ball bearings. When you push the door open it curves into a beautiful and graceful shape
A doorway from a live/work project in Spain is another example of how Kundig makes kinetic parts of a house even more special by confounding expectations about how they work. A tall steel pivot door is inset with a pilot door, allowing for varying degrees of openness between the indoor and outdoor spaces. It also recalls the grand doors with smaller inset doors that can be found in church architecture.