The newly updated web pages provide architects and designers a portal to get a first-hand look at VT’s expansive collection of doors, and see them how they were meant to be – in action.
VT is excited to showcase their collection of unique, high performance Architectural Wood Doors on the company’s newly enhanced “Doors by Project” section at vtindustries.com. The newly updated web pages provide architects and designers a portal to get a first-hand look at VT’s expansive collection of doors, and see them how they were meant to be – in action! Additionally, the “Doors by Project” section provides architects and designers with detailed examples of code compliance and design challenges architects and builders face on each project.
VT’s “Doors by Project” section highlights the company’s high-design collection of doors, as well as details how architects and designers have addressed code compliance and design issues with durability, sustainability, fire-ratings and acoustical performance, using VT high performance doors. The “Doors by Project” section is a one-stop tool that provides insights into the challenges and solutions of various projects across a range of industries, including hospitality, government, multi-family housing, education and healthcare.
“We’re very pleased to provide architects and designers with a tool that can help visualize VT Architectural Wood Doors,” said Trisha Schmitt, Vice President Corporate Marketing, VT Industries. “The Doors by Project section allows us to share completed projects, and really showcase the VT Difference. A door is the first impression and last impression people have entering a building or a room. We want to ensure that it’s always a great impression!”
VT’s updated “Doors by Project” section is also more interactive for visitors—making browsing different projects, such as the Hotel Helix, in Washington DC, featuring a very special Jimi Hendrix custom laminated door, to the office suites at Yankee Stadium, as easy as clicking a mouse. VT has included new project photographs and layouts that allow visitors to get a firsthand look at the difference a door design can bring a project. VT plans to continue adding new projects and growing their library of profiles, ensuring visitors will always have a reason to visit.
For more information on the VT Project Profiles, or for any other VT Industries products, please visit http://www.vtindustries.com/architectural-wood-doors/door-by-project