By installing additional wooden shelves and frames fixed across the door, this design is intended to make the door sink into the wall, thereby altering our definition of a conventional door and Make it a part of the real wall. Frames and wooden shelves are easy to remove and are equipped with a special connector, keeping them stable when opening and closing.
The second design is made up of a 2.5mm thick magnet placed inside the door, allowing users to attach different accessories such as trays, flower pots and other containers to the door. This design turns the door into a real table of hangings instead of just accessing it as always.
Double doors for small children
Abe Kogyo also focuses on interior design for children. Therefore, the company has created the door to show the equality between adults and children. This design includes a smaller door that has a height of just 3 years, a mini door hinged to the main door. With this 2 in 1 door, your child can close the door when he or she enters the room without the help of anyone.
The “Kumiko” woodworking technique was developed in the Asuka Era region of Japan from the years 600-700 AD. Small, thin slabs are selected, crushed, separated in exactly the same Ramma structure. This Kumiko Ramma technique is used to produce sliding doors between rooms
Inspired by the traditional values of the rising sun, Abe Kogyo’s Kumiko door is made up of pieces connected to each other at the bottom of the door, which then gradually closes. sealed upwards and merged into the plane of the door. This is considered to be the design that reflects the stature and high technology of Abe Kygyo.
This is a combination of doors and wall lights, including a flashlight located just above the door with a wiring harness running inside. This design saves space as well as convenience, less material consumption.
Applying the principle of sliding doors, this design combines the doors and windows. With three slots located on the top of the door, allowing users to create small spaces of their choice so that light and wind can gently flow into the room, creating a sense of connection between rooms.
Wall corner door
In order to change the general thinking of interior design, Abe Kogyo designed a door at the corner. The door will allow us to walk through the corners instead of going around it. In addition, this design will make it easier for wheelchair users to move through the doors