Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Łódź /global/scaled/4000x2002x0x181x1020x510/Other-mercordoorsCOMPL-solutions and references-hilton_lodz-hilton_lodz (4).jpg /global/scaled/4000x2001x0x210x1020x510/Other-mercordoorsCOMPL-solutions and references-hilton_lodz-hilton_lodz (26).jpg /global/scaled/3945x1970x0x178x1020x510/Other-mercordoorsCOMPL-solutions and references-hilton_lodz-hilton_lodz (22).jpg /global/scaled/4000x2001x0x389x1020x510/Other-mercordoorsCOMPL-solutions and references-hilton_lodz-hilton_lodz (35).jpg /global/scaled/3999x2000x0x340x1020x510/Other-mercordoorsCOMPL-solutions and references-hilton_lodz-hilton_lodz (41).jpg /global/scaled/3856x1926x0x599x1020x510/Other-mercordoorsCOMPL-solutions and references-hilton_lodz-hilton_lodz (44).jpg With regard to the film-making tradition of Łódź and the place, the exterior and interior design of the building relate to the history of Polish cinematography. The building has a simple and ascetic structure and its glass façade is “softened” by the irregular graphics created using a small-resolution film frame image. The applied large ALPE W doors were first painted and then covered with veneer panels. The building features various door solutions such as double-leaf DREW PLUS doors with a portal whose finish corresponds to the top panel. Concealed fittings complement the design of DREW PLUS portals. The guest rooms are equipped with wooden sliding doors, with the door leaf hidden in the wall. Steel doors with ventilation grids were chosen for technical rooms, i.e. transformer station. The total number of divisions used in the building amounts to 1300.