NORTH Collection Panelled Doors2016-10-27T20:02:55+00:00



Glass Sliding Doors

Fixed Windows

DK Windows

Glazed Doors

Panelled Doors


Our beautiful solid-wood doors are suitable for a wide range of uses. You can choose horizontal or vertical panels to suit the style of your house. Our stylish high-quality doors are ideal for use as front doors and other entrance doors.


Scandinavian exterior doors are reliable and last for many years. The structure of the doors is similar to that of our DK windows. The metal parts used in our windows and doors are similar in appearance, although the parts used in the doors are more robust. With their matching metal parts, our windows and doors give a building a harmonious, contemporary feel. The multipoint locking system ensures the tightness of the door and provides excellent protection against break-ins. All of the exterior doors are made with close-grained Masame-cut wood – a durable material that does not expand or contract with changes in humidity. All of the doors are double-sealed and can be tailored for installations of various types. They have been designed to retain their shape and close tightly in all conditions.

Swing DirectionInward or outward
Hinges2–3 side hinges, depending on the width of the door
ThresholdFor outward swinging doors: 43mm larch threshold as standard

For inward swinging doors: 25mm larch threshold as standard

HingesDouble and triple glazing: 78mm
MaterialPine, larch, or oak
Color Options for Aluminium PartsMatte Brass

Matte Silver

Matte Bronze

Door HandleHandle from the Hoppe New York range.

Please ask about the availability of other handles.

Finish Options for the HandleMatte Silver

Matte Brass

Locking MechanismMultipoint locking mechanism with a EURO cylinder Locking options: a key cylinder outside and the turn knob inside, a key cylinder both sides of the door
Identical Keyed Locks (the same key for multiple locks)Different keying as standard (a different key for each lock); cylinders can be keyed alike by request.


The name of float glass refers to its manufacturing process: the molten glass is floated onto a bed of molten tin and onto a cooling kiln. The manufacturing process enables excellent optical quality in the result. The most common float glass thicknesses are 4, 6, 8, and 10 mm.
Tempered glass is physically and thermally strong, and it has excellent flexural strength. It is around 4–5 times stronger and more heat-resistant than non-treated glass. When tempered glass breaks, it shatters into small, dull pieces instead of sharp shards. Most types of glass can be tempered, except soft-coated glass and carved decorative glass.
Laminated glass consists of two or more sheets of glass with inter-layer bonding, typically of polyvinyl butyral. When laminated glass breaks, the inter-layer structures hold the pieces of glass together, preventing injuries caused by falling or flying glass. Various types of glass, including energy-saving, sun-protection, and soundproof glass, are available laminated.
Safety glass is designed to prevent injuries from falling or flying glass. There are two types of safety glass, tempered and laminated glass, with individual subtypes of glass falling into personal safety classes F1–F3. Some types of safety glass can also have other features, such as energy-saving properties, protection against the sun, soundproofing, or self-cleaning properties.Safety glass can be used to protect people or property against vandalism, break-ins, or firearms. Resistance categories:
  • Anti-vandalism P1A–P4A
  • Protection against burglary P5A–P8B
  • Bullet protection BR1–BR7
The safety feature can be combined with other features, such as energy-saving properties (selectivity), protection from the sun, soundproofing, or self-cleaning characteristics.
Sun-protection glass reduces the amount of solar radiation that passes through the glass unit. The thermal radiation and visible light from the sun is partly reflected and partly absorbed, with only some of the radiation passing through the glass. Sun-protection glass can also be tempered, or it might have features such as soundproofing. The pane with the sun-protection coating is always the outermost pane of a glass unit. The special coating on energy-saving sun-protection glass scratches easily, so it always faces the inside of the unit.
Self-cleaning glass has been treated with a transparent photocatalytic and hydrophilic coating. The principle of self-cleaning glass involves two natural components: sunlight and rainwater. The sun’s UV radiation (present even when it is cloudy) breaks down dirt and grime, making it easier to remove. Rain then washes the dirt away. Unlike with normal glass, water does not leave unsightly marks on self-cleaning glass when it dries; instead, it forms an even layer over the entire surface of the glass. Self-cleaning glass is, therefore, cleaner after the rain than normal glass is. Self-cleaning glass can also have other features, such as energy-saving or sun-protection properties, or it might be tempered.
Tempered silk-screen or back-painted glass is an excellent choice for portions of façades that do not have windows. The colours for back-painted glass are chosen from the RAL colour chart. Decorative patterns are created to order, by means of the screen-printing technique.
Most of our insulated units feature Super Spacer warm edge spacers. The Super Spacer component is made of silicone foam without any metal parts, and it is a significant improvement over traditional metal spacers. It conducts 950 times less heat than aluminium spacers do and has been shown to reduce the pressure on the panes, decrease the passing of heat through the unit, prevent condensation, increase the surface temperature of the panes, and improve soundproofing. The Super Spacer product has undergone extensive testing, and it is widely used all over the worldInsulated glass units with Super Spacer warm edge spacers have the market’s best U values. Super Spacer spacers enable window- and door-manufacturers to meet tightening energy-efficiency requirements.In addition, spacers made of aluminium or stainless steel are still available. Metal spacers can be used when the spacers have to be a certain colour or the glass unit must meet the requirements of a specific fire-resistance class.
The soundproofing characteristics of a glass unit can be improved through the use of panes with different thicknesses, by means of laminated glass, or with an increase in the amount of space between the panes. The best results are achieved with laminated glass that has a special soundproofing coating. Soundproofing glass can also have other features, such as energy-saving or sun-protection properties, or it can be self-cleaning or tempered, for example.
Handle and DIN keyhole plate for exterior doors

Handle and DIN keyhole plate for exterior doors

New York

Standard handles. We use Hoppe handles in our windows and doors. Our standard handles are from the Hoppe New York range and are available for all of our windows and doors. Other handles are available on request.