With the introduction of the first revolving doors in the nation by Leadingway Ventures, Sri Lanka is about to undergo a revolutionary change in building design. The doors will give the buildings a new level of convenience and energy efficiency. They are often seen at the main entrance of commercial buildings and skyscrapers around the globe.
The revolving doors will be imported by Leadingway Ventures from dormakaba. The doors are made to allow people to enter and exit buildings smoothly and efficiently while using less energy to maintain a comfortable temperature inside. The prestigious Taj Samudra hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka, will get the first of these revolving doors installed.
Revolving doors will, in the opinion of Leadingway Ventures, also contribute to a significant enhancement in the appearance of Sri Lankan building structures. Architects and contractors will be able to select the ideal design to complement the appearance of their buildings because the doors will be offered in a variety of designs and finishes.
In the upcoming months, the company intends to install the doors in a number of public and commercial structures. A large, cutting-edge revolving door will be the first installation at the Taj Samudra hotel, offering guests and staff a regal and contemporary entry.
The building industry in Sri Lanka has made considerable advancement with this, and it is anticipated that revolving doors will soon be a standard feature in all new structures. Leadingway Ventures also provides installation and a range of after sale services for the doors as well, guaranteeing that they last for many years to come.
Mr. Sudath De Fonseka, Managing Director for Leadingway Ventures, says ” This is a great example of how innovation and technology can be used to improve our daily lives and make our buildings more sustainable and efficient.”