New art deco steel doors

IQ Metal's Mondrian Internal steel doors and windows add art deco and old-age industrial chic to contemporary spaces

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Mondrian Internal doors provide a modern art deco design and appearance to your internal doors and glass partitions. IQ Metal’s new art deco system can create a modern division between your internal spaces with slim steel framing and bespoke mullion and transom designs.

Large expanses of glass screens are combined with slim steel framing sections to create these internal sliding Mondrian steel doors. These steel doors are ideal for being used as a partitioning where a modern industrial or ‘loft style’ interior design is desired.

28mm steel transom bars can be integrated horizontally or vertically into these internal glass doors to create a cross hatched art deco appearance. Multiple screens can be fixed together for large spans with minimal framing.

All framing sections used within these doors are manufactured from high quality steel and can be powder coated any RAL colour or galvanised for a more industrial style finish.

These Mondrian Internal glass screens and doors have an extremely slim frame to create impressive and luxurious design finish. The opening doors are available as hinged, pivoting or sliding doors in order to enable adaption to a wide range of project types.

All handles and hinges are made from high specification stainless steel which are available in a wide range of designs. The ironmongery can be finished in satin chrome, brushed copper, brushed brass, RTD (dark bronze), gun metal or antique black and euro cylinder locks can be integrated within these doors if security is required to a space.

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