Dimension Millworks, Texas based company, just wanted to show us an example of why doors do not have to be flat and boring.
Tanaka Seisakusyo’s new Automatic Door is the most puzzling thing I’ve seen this week.
The door is segmented into multiple strips and opens minimally according to the shape of the individual, animal or object that has to pass through. It also incorporates a security function that identifies people. The door is activated by the infrared sensors (the small black areas attached at the inner edges of the strips).