Art · April 6, 2021 0

A 12 Foot Wide Pivoting Door Opens The Interior Of This Home To The Patio Outside

We’ve all seen quite a few pivoting doors making their way into contemporary homes over the last few years, however, this large pivoting glass door included in a small home in Phoenix, Arizona, designed by The Ranch Mine certainly caught our eye.

The 12 foot wide pivoting glass door of this small and modern home connects the interior spaces to the patio.

The 12-foot wide pivoting glass door is definitely a statement and helps to give this home a unique appearance. Reaching from the floor to the ceiling the metal-framed door seamlessly blends into the glass walls around it, adding to the amount of natural light that can filter through to the interior.

The 12 foot wide pivoting glass door of this small and modern home connects the interior spaces to the patio.

The oversized door also allows the interior spaces of the 974 square foot home to be opened to the patio for indoor/outdoor living. The patio, which is furnished with plants and an outdoor fire, is shaded by the cantilevered roofline that extends away from the house.

A small and modern home with a cantilevered roof that extends to create shade for the patio.

Here’s a closer look at the pivoting door, showing the metal frame, the glass, and the full height door handle.

A modern oversized pivoting glass door with a metal frame.
A modern oversized pivoting glass door with a metal frame.
Metal frame for a pivoting door.
Metal frame for a pivoting door.

Inside, the two-bedroom home includes an open plan living room, dining area, and kitchen, with the bedrooms on either side, and the bathroom tucked behind the kitchen.

An open plan living room, dining area, and kitchen, with polished concrete floors and a large pivoting door.

Both the bedrooms as well as the bathroom are minimally furnished with black window frames, white walls, and polished concrete floors.

A modern white bedroom with a black window frame.
A modern white bathroom with a wood vanity and white rectangular tiles.
Photographer: Roehner + Ryan | Architect: The Ranch Mine | Builder: Identity Construction | Landscape Architect: The Green Room Landscape Design