Folding Security Shutters for International Airport Duty Free

The Australian Trellis Door Company’s (ATDC) folding security shutters were recently installed to secure the latest storefront for Aelia Duty Free at Noumea’s International Airport, New Caledonia.

Aelia Duty Free is a division of travel retail global leader Lagardere Travel Retail, which operates 4400 retail shops across the world focussing on Duty Free & Fashion, Travel Essentials and Foodservice primarily in airports and railway stations in 34 countries and generating sales in excess of Euro 4.5 billion.

Specifying designer for the project was Noumea based Amaury Peillon from Interior Design Studio Atelier-numerique.me.

The folding security shutter of choice was ATDC’s S04 model door.The S04   was selected since it is able to  span wide expanses (with our without any top track) and requires no floor track at all and so alleviates the need for cumbersome removeable floor track or removeable mullions allowing the customer seamless lock up solutions. And with its compact storage requirement it permits the retailer to present maximum unobstructed floor space for merchandising and presentation.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of folding security shutters visit their website at  https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security or contact them toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435.

Commercial Expanding Security Doors For Heritage Listed Capitol Theatre

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has recently completed an installation of its commercial grade expanding security doors to the historic Capitol Theatre at Melbourne’s Swanston Street.

The RMIT owned heritage listed theatre, part of the Capitol House building originally  designed by Walter Burley Griffin and his wide Marion in ornate Chicago-gothic style, has recently undergone a $40million refurbishment. The specifying architect was Melbourne based Six Degrees Architects and the project managers were Hutchinson Builders.

ATDC’s S04 trackless expanding security doors were installed to the bar areas on two different levels of the building. When unlocked and opened these doors fold and stack back to a minimal  storage size of just 12% of the opening width being secured thus making them an attractive option to specifying architects and developers alike. Further information on ATDC’s S04 system can be found at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/product/commercial-security/security-screens-and-screen-doors/commercial-doors-s04

For information on ATDC’s full range of commercial expanding doors visit their website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security  or contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435.