Bespoke doors created by Mykon

Bespoke doors created by Mykon

Bespoke doors are ideal if you have door frames that are an unusual size, or are simply looking for a more custom design.

Mykon’s individual panels can be tailor made to fit existing door systems or produced as a standard hinged door complete with fixtures.

Different shapes, sizes and colours are available to match your theme. Many of Mykon’s customers use B-Clear panels for this application, due to its ability to let light through whilst ensuring privacy.

Our bespoke doors can be produced to include fixtures and fittings (e.g. handles and hinges) and to your exact specification.


Our panels can help boost the green credentials of a property or building when used as a ‘draught door’ or inner door. This formed a key part of their use in the Zero Carbon House in Birmingham, where they play the vital role of retaining heat in the house when the front door is open, without blocking light.

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Sliding Doors

The sliding door system is ideal for modern interior design since it is visually appealing and practical. The door can be hand-crafted from a range of Mykon glass and polycarbonate panels to suit your needs.

Internal Hinged Doors

The hinged door is versatile and durable. Like the sliding door, it can be hand-made from a range of Mykon glass or polycarbonate panels, and its clear or aluminium edge and stainless-steel lock casing make this product a striking alternative to conventional hinged doors.


  • Toughened glass, acrylic or polycarbonate skins
  • Aluminium honeycomb core or pressed aluminium sheet
  • UV stable bonding adhesive

Optional Extras

  • Aluminium, clear or coloured edging available

Product Selector

Mykon’s bespoke doors can be manufactured using the products below:

Project Focus: Zero Carbon House

John Christopher from Associated Architects wanted to show that it is possible to turn an existing property into one with a zero carbon status. The house needed to use many natural and unusual materials in order to produce at least as much energy as it took in.

Polycarbonate skinned B-Clear was used for the draught door, and several more panels were joined to make a floor-to-ceiling-height panel with a sliding door at the bottom. When shut, this door combined with the panel would work to stop heat escaping from the house. The panels have better insulating properties than glass alone yet let in nearly as much light.

The Mykon team are always happy to discuss any bespoke design requirements so be sure to get in touch to speak to us directly. Alternatively, you can find out more about the range of products we offer on our website here.