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Apartment house entrance. The Hague, Netherlands, circa 1928.

Apartment house entrance.The Hague, Netherlands, circa 1928. Hôtel building in brick, marble.

Bank of doors. France, circa 1928. Orchestra section foyer of Paramount movie theater. Doors handles by Fontaine. Mongeaud and Frank Verity,...

Building entrance. Sweden, 1930.

Curved entrance door. France, circa 1926. Myrbor Gallery.

Door handles. France, circa 1928. Paramount movie theater. Mongeaud and Frank Verity, architects

Door handles. Paris, circa 1928. Paramount movie theater. Metalwork by Fontaine. Mongeaud and Frank Verity, architects.

Door lock. France, n.d. White stone on rosewood. Michel Dufet, designer.

Door pulls. Paris, circa 1925. Rose Valois dressmaker's shop. Billard and Callet, interior decorators.

Door, Paris, circa 1928. Lenief, couturier. Exotic wood. Glass sconces with goldfish motif.

Door. Sweden, 1930. Nordiska Kompaniet, design group.

Doors. France, 1931. Franco Egyptian bank. Veneered in empasized grain wood. René Prou, designer.

Doors. Paris, circa 1929. Office of Robert Lang, poster publisher. Louis Sognot, designer.

Doorway. France, 1925-35. Glass and metal demonstration model. Jean Prouvé, designer.

Doorway. France, circa 1925. Jean Prouvé, designer.

Doorway. France, circa 1928. Delebart apartment. Gabriel Guévrékian , architect.

Doorway. Nancy, France, 1925-35. Banque de Nancy et Lorraine. Wrought iron. Jean Prouvé, designer and maker.

Double doors. Berlin, Germany. 1930.

Double doors. France, circa 1928. Raymond Subes , designer and maker.

Double glass doors with drapery. France, 1930. Marble frame. Raymond Subes, designer and maker.

Double glass doors with drapery. France, 1930. Marble frame. Raymond Subes, designer and maker.

Double screen. France, 1925-35. Gold leaf and lacquer with images of goats. Jean Dunand, designer and maker.

Double silk padded doors. Paris, circa 1928. Paramount movie theater. Metalwork by Fontaine. Mongeaud and Frank Verity, architects.

Entrance and doorway. France, 1927. Froriep de Salis house. Stucco and wood. André Lurçat, architect.

Entrance and doorway. France, 1927. Joël and Jan Martel apartment. Cat on stoop.

Entrance and doorway. Neuilly, France, 1927. Joël and Jan Martel apartment.

Entrance door. France, 1925-35.Francis Jourdain (1876-1958), designer.

Entrance doors and staircase. Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands, n.d. J.C. Van Epen, architect.

Entrance doors. France, circa 1928. Paramount movie theater. Mongeaud and Frank Verity, architects

Entrance doors. France, circa 1928. Paramount movie theater. Chrome-plated door handles by Fontaine. Mongeaud and Frank Verity, architects

Entrance doors. Vittel, France, circa 1924. Hôtel Ermitage. Jean Prouvé, designer.

Entrance doorway. Paris, circa 1926. Salle Hoche. Plated metal and glass doors, projecting marquee.

House entrance. Amsterdam, Hollan.d. circa 1928.

Iron gate entrance. France, 1926-27. Guggenbühl residence. André Lurçat, designer.

Norwegian pine entrance door. Amsterdam, circa 1928.

School entrance and doors. The Hague, Netherlands, circa 1928. Limburg, architect.

Shop entrance doors. France, circa 1926.

Shop entrance doors. France, circa 1927. Armand Delord et Bion women's hairdresser shop.

Sliding door. France, circa 1928. Opaque glass separates living and dining rooms of Delebert aprtment. Gabriel Guévrékian, architect.

Store entrance. Paris, 1925-35. Honoré Payan. Wrought iron, bronze, and marble.

Tangent doors at 45° angle. France, circa 1929. Geometric pulls. Philippe-Etienne Petit, designer.

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