Have you ever dreamt of working or living in a space that feels symbiotic with nature? Designers and architects everywhere are starting to place a higher value in incorporating elements of sustainability into their interiors- resulting in better environments and happier occupants. At KLEIN, we are passionate about pushing our application of our architectural sliding door systems to new heights. Read on to discover how KLEIN’s sustainable sliding door designs can enhance the sustainability aspects of your next project.
Create Spacious, Bright Spaces
For a successful interior design, space and light need to be used effectively. You can achieve this by embracing open floor concepts and utilizing glass partitions to allow maximum natural light into the space. By increasing the amount of natural light available, you are also decreasing the need for artificial lighting and decreasing energy usage. KLEIN’s sliding glass door systems are uniquely designed to provide the AEC industry with the most innovative solutions, enhancing both space and light sharing.
Foster Collaborative Spaces with Sliding Glass Walls
When KLEIN decided to take on the challenge of creating a sustainable and collaborative workspace for Genser’s Denver, CO office, we saw the perfect opportunity to showcase the utility of our sliding glass systems. KLEIN’s rollglass+ sliding glass wall system allowed us to create versatile, functional spaces that easily allowed personal offices to convert into collaborative spaces while retaining the open and airy characteristics of the building. This innovative application of sliding glass walls left the client satisfied and happy.
NATURE- the first sustainable sliding door system
We are proud to be a leader in sustainable sliding door design with our newest product line, NATURE, a system built entirely out of oak wood profiles. This line differentiates itself from others due to the warm characteristics it imparts on an interior, allowing designers to introduce more organic elements into their spaces. From the sourcing, to the manufacturing, to the end of its product life cycle, KLEIN has taken into account the impact of all parts of the production and manufacturing process to create a certified sustainable collection.
Incorporate Modern, Efficient Glass Panels
KLEIN’s sliding door systems are designed to function extremely well with glass panels via clamps. Incorporating glass panels into your architecture and design interiors can have environmental benefits in addition to decreasing the need for artificial lighting. By incorporating reflective exterior glass panels, modern models can reflect heat and provide insulating properties, reducing the amount of energy used in cooling and heating buildings. Interior glass panels and systems allow air to flow, decreasing the need for cooling and ventilation in a space.
Accountability for Life Cycle
One of the most important considerations for a sustainable interior is the ease of recyclability in construction materials. Glass, aluminium, and the wood used in our NATURE sliding door systems are effectively recycled, ensuring that the systems can be reused or disassembled and recycled properly.
As an industry leader we have continuously worked to redefine sustainable approaches to manufacturing, sourcing and construction. We are actively committed to protecting the environment and our policies are aimed at consistently reducing our environmental impact. Through the most stringent environmental certifications, we improve our processes day in and day out so that we can design and manufacture products that have a positive impact on people and the planet.
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