GEZE UK have supplied their TSA 325 NT manual revolving doors to produce two three-leafed glass-topped entrances for Four Kingdom Street.
The nine-storey re-designed building comprises of more than 145,000 ft of space near Paddington railway station.
The doors are 3.5m high compared to the standard 3 m with positioning drives which mean that after someone has walked through them, they continue to rotate until parked with the leaf wings close to the edges of the openings.
Positioning drives allow the doors to continue to rotate after someone has walked through them, until the leaf wings close to the edges of the openings. The parking mechanism is driven by a motor installed beneath the floor.
The doors were installed within the line of the building to provide a flush frontage under the overhang of the first floor.
Inside, the leaves of the revolving doors are powder coated to match the façade of the building. Between the revolving doors is a pass door powered by GEZE’s Powerturn swing door operator, each elevation features vertical and horizontal aluminium fins of various shapes and sizes.
Andy Howland, director of sales and marketing for GEZE UK said: “Four Kingdom Street presented us with an exacting and challenging brief which required us to be adaptable to meet those needs. We liaised with our parent company in Leonberg to ensure that we could meet the desired spec without compromising the integrity of the products and in doing so were able to deliver a bespoke configuration for this special project.”
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