img(height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=2939831959404383&ev=PageView&noscript=1")

Original revolving doors

All-glass revolving doors were brought to the market by global entry experts Boon Edam in 1996. Here is the latest Crystal Tourniket version

In association with
Boon Edam has been constructing revolving doors since 1903. Here is its latest all-glass Crystal Tourniket.
Boon Edam has been constructing revolving doors since 1903. Here is its latest all-glass Crystal Tourniket.

All-glass revolving doors were brought to the market by global entry experts Boon Edam in 1996. Designed with an ‘always open, always closed’ principle in mind, Boon Edam’s iconic revolving doors are open for visitors to pass through with ease, while remaining closed to dirt, noise and adverse weather conditions.

Boon Edam’s impressive portfolio of products includes its popular Tourniket and Crystal Tourniket revolving doors. First created in 1903 and constructed mainly from timber, the Tourniket was the first revolving door manufactured by Boon Edam. Available in a variety of colours and finishes, with the option of three or four door wings, the Tourniket has since evolved into a highly versatile, intelligent entry solution.

The Crystal Tourniket by Boon Edam is constructed almost entirely from glass, using subtle stainless-steel accents to ensure the solidity of the door. The door fits in seamlessly with modern glass facades, while providing a striking addition to more traditional buildings.

As well as boasting an elegant appearance, Boon Edam doors are equipped with standard and optional safety features to ensure maximum security for users and building occupants. Optional safety features include compressible safety buffers to stop the door operating upon physical contact, or presence sensors (EBS) to prevent operation without the need for physical contact.

For more information and technical support visit: www.boonedam.co.uk

 

Contact:

01233 505 900

contact@boonedam.co.uk 


 

Latest

Design a building that showcases Finnish architecture and design, reimagine a London museum or urban plan a Yorkshire port: these are some of the latest architecture competitions and contracts from across the industry

Latest: Helsinki museum design competition

Upcycled limestone bricks bring warmth and precision detailing to domestic extension by Draper Studio

Draper Studio adds warmth and precision detailing with upcycled limestone bricks

In the second in his series, Simon Sturgis asks why we, as architects, should carry out whole-life carbons assessments, where we should start, and what we should consider through the RIBA Stages

Why should we carry out whole-life carbon assessments and where do we start?

Smith & Taylor Architects has transformed a dilapidated London house into an artist’s home, studio and gallery that luxuriates in classical references

Artist’s home, studio and gallery luxuriates in classical references

The hurdles of low-carbon design as well as issues of longevity, inclusion and how capitalism gives little value to good architecture were all discussed by this year's RIBAJ Rising Stars at a recent roundtable

Sustainbility, longevity and capitalism were all discussed by this year’s RIBAJ Rising Stars at a recent roundtable