Teak Doors

SABANA Manufactures Exterior Doors utilizing the finest select grade, Kiln Dried Teak.

Utilizing genuine teak procured from responsible controlled forests, the Exterior Doors are manufactured with excellence in architectural construction and with Master Craftsmanship.

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By re forestating the teak plantations, SABANA  has maintained a special relationship that guarantees the growing availability for fine Teak for the manufacturing process. https://www.britannica.com/plant/teak

In 2016 Sabana Windows manufactured the exclusive Doors and Windows at the “PAMM” Perez art Museum of Miami, https://pamm.org/

This Museum carries 18 sets of Teak Doors 3 ½” thick and oversized up to 14’ tall. The unique Miami Art Museum doors where  designed by Herzog & de Meuron architects. https://www.designboom.com/architecture/herzog-de-meuron-completes-perez-art-museum-miami-12-04-2013/  Since the opening of the new museum building at Museum Park, the museum has seen record attendance levels with over 150,000 visitors in its first four months. For the Museum Sabana Windows designed and manufactured the custom Pulls. Utilizing 7-point locking mechanisms in the active leaf and a hidden 2-point locking mechanism designed and manufactured by the factory capable professional team.

The Teak Lumber came from 35-Year-old Plantation. A strict selection of grain and color was done. We purchased 28,000 Board Feet of Teak from which only 12,000 board feet made the selection.

14 Carpenters where used for the installation task. This installation was done in 3 months. Heavy lift cranes where used to install the largest Impact Glass ever installed. The restaurant doors where installed 3 days before the opening and completed as the tables where served. The doors where finished with Australian Oil. Some of the Doors where fitted with Teak Pulls and the entrance Doors where fitted with Bronze Pulls. These Pulls where designed and manufactured in the Sabana factory.

The Entrance Doors are a set of 6 double doors 3 ½” x 10’ height with 4’ height transom. The walls where dressed with Teak as well.

By the end of our task we had a celebration of absolute beauty and incredible success.

The Contemporary Museum of Miami It was is the most important Teak Job in the Country.

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