Peter Christoff, Victoria Australia

This residential property in Southern Victoria boasts three Guillotine doors. The two largest doors are enormous at over 7m high. The actual measurements are 7.3H x 4.9W and the other is 7.3H x 2.7W. The third guillotine door slides into a cavity within the flooring to open up the space as a doorway. This opening is 3.4H x 4.3W and is also motorised.

Architect: Peter Christoff
Photographer: Scott Buttigieg
Vitrocsa Products: Guillotine
Partner: Vitrocsa Australia

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