|The history of doors--one door leads to another.|
|The doors of Rome, perhaps some of |
the world's oldest still in use.
|A five-thousand-year-old door, probably the world's oldest . Archeologists have discovered a Neolithic wooden door as old as Stonehenge at the site of s planned parking lot in Zurich, Switzerland.|
|Doors of the Florence Baptistery called the Gates of Paradise.|
|It's not Ghiberti, nor is it bronze,|
but he would probably approve.
|NASA's Vehicle Assembly building, Cape Canaveral, Florida.|
|National Archive doors,|
|(Almost) all you need to |
know about doors.
|A little too distinctive.|
|Today, homeowners look for distinctive door designs which will make their home stand apart from that of |
their neighbors...but not too far apart.
|Practical and (sort of) attractive, although some kind of housing for the sliding rail might be nice.|
|And then there's the fine art of hiding doors...|
|The tooth fairy door.|
Hey, fairies are people too.