The door market is constantly boiling, looking for new concepts in terms of aesthetics and use of space. While it's the sliding doors those that take the palm in this last section, cannot always be used, since there are spaces in which it is difficult to install them. Ergon System It comes to contribute its grain of sand among the other options, with a rotation system that in addition to optimizing the space, facilitates its opening, for example, to people who move in a wheelchair.
As we see in the video, when you open the door it is located right in the middle, occupying the same space on one side and another, while the traditional opening doors leave the entire leaf on one side. That is why we talk about optimizing and not about saving useful space, since the door is still there, it is not hidden, but it hinders less.
We can also observe how it can be opened in both directions, that is, let's get in or out, we will always push it forward. This is a great advantage, as I said before, for people who use WheelchairFor those who open a door is a real odyssey, both for them and for those who help them, depending on the degree of dependence they have.
It is this last point, that of the accessibility, the one that seduces me the most, although I cannot deny that I take advantage of the space, does not quite convince me in that sense.