Modern Steel Door cladding highlights the natural beauty of metal.
Our exclusive metal treatment process has been developed and improved upon for over thirty years. The organic sophistication, of our cladding, will make your front door unlike any other door and create the perfect background for our hand sculpted pulls.
Modern Steel Doors offers a wide range of finishes with the appropriate balance of sheen and texture.
Our proprietary finishing process has taken decades to develop. This diligent finishing process ensures that every pivot door is a breathtaking work of art that will stand the test of time.
Glass and metal work harmoniously together to create each Modern Steel Door.
Our unique door designs will transform simple glass into an unforgettable entrance.
This design is available in steel or aluminum construction.
Our Aluminum Pivot Doors are engineered for the value-oriented client. These doors are designed to reduce cost while still maintaining a high-level appearance and exceptional performance.
Modern Steel Doors is the preeminent pivot door company in the world.
A door that rotates about an axis that is nonadjacent to its doorjamb. The nonadjacent axis placement creates a space on either side of a pivoting door and its doorjamb. The active side of a pivot door moves in an opposing direction to the inactive side as the pivot door is operated. The dual spaces and opposing movements of a pivot door create a unique experience in contrast to the single space and single directional movement of a conventional door.
A door that transfers its weight directly downward. Pivot doors are suspended via a hinge placed under the door and a hinge placed on top of the door. The hinge under the door transfers the door’s weight directly downward. The hinge on top of the door maintains the door’s alignment by subduing the shear force. Both hinges must be capable of mitigating the respective forces for ease of use.
Conventionally hinged doors indirectly transfer their weight through the doorjamb. The indirect transfer is accomplished through pushing and pulling on the doorjamb. The stress of pushing and pulling causes misalignment and reduces the size and weight capacity of conventionally hinged doors.