Designing with Glass Doors
Through in-house customizable sizing, printing, painting, and glass finish processes, our custom glass doors can be used across a wide array of aesthetic settings. With a full inventory of in-house equipment at our Texas facilities, we can design and create fully customized products using custom colors, finishes, shapes, and patterns.
All M3 Glass Technologies products are cut and polished to size depending on particular project specifications. Sophisticated CNC machinery enables us to cut and process glass to order, making us well suited for customers who need harder to find, specialized products like multi-material door frames.
Many designers and architects employ custom glass doors to lend an open feel to an otherwise limited space. Used in conjunction with glass walls and panels, these doors establish solid partitions within a room without compromising the look or comfort of the interior space. This design technique can also be applied to sliding glass doors when used to separate the inside of a structure from an exterior area.
For these glass door applications, our team can manufacture products with varying levels of privacy; glass can be completely clear, completely opaque, or display a level of opacity gradation that perfectly complements the particular application or design aesthetic. Additionally, users can implement completely custom images or logos at 720 dpi using our MPrint technology, or select a custom door color using our Colorbak painting service.
When designing a space to be bright and visually connected across the length of a room, designers often utilize custom glass doors to accent the flow of natural light while creating implied spatial divisions. At M3 Glass Technologies, our design team has experience creating doors tailored to make a room feel larger yet segmented into specific spaces.
This is especially useful in office settings, where multiple teams may sit near one another within a shared workspace. To encourage cohesiveness and improve team morale without sacrificing a productive work environment, the space should stay relatively open while still establishing specific areas for each team to work quietly or focus on the tasks at hand. Custom glass doors can create these distinct spaces while visually connecting all employees within the office.