Slideout Front Entry Room (Tom Walma)

Creativity Wasted

05-08-2022 • 18 mins


Idea: To replace the typical front door of a house with a "front entry room", for which, leading outside, there are two automatic sliding doors (one that opens side-to-side, and one, like an inch away, that opens upward), and leading inside there is another automatic sliding door. The purpose of this little entry room is to a) allow delivery men to put packages into the room so they don't get stolen off the porch, b) to keep the heat/AC in the house (especially for tiny houses), and c) to eliminate the chance of a swinging door smacking into someone heading through the door in the other direction at the same time. Also: the front entry room could collapse like an accordion or fold up to be flush against the wall when not in use (especially for tiny houses); the risk of it failing or giving someone a claustrophobic panic attack; stories of falling injuries, including Ben's story of falling off a statue at a sports stadium Idea: To replace the typical front door of a house with a "front entry room", for which, leading outside, there are two automatic sliding doors (one that opens side-to-side, and one, like an inch away, that opens upward), and leading inside there is another automatic sliding door. The purpose of this little entry room is to a) allow delivery men to put packages into the room so they don't get stolen off the porch, b) to keep the heat/AC in the house (especially for tiny houses), and c) to eliminate the chance of a swinging door smacking into someone heading through the door in the other direction at the same time. Also: the front entry room could collapse like an accordian or fold up to be flush against the wall when not in use (especially for tiny houses); the risk of it failing or giving someone a claustrophobic panic attack; stories of falling injuries, including Ben's story of falling off a statue at a sports stadium

Amy Jo Ezel (instagram.com/blondiejoezel) Benjamin Cheek (Relentless Comedy facebook.com/benjamin.cheek.14) Tom Walma (https://creativitywasted.com twitter.com/thomaswalma twitch.tv/gameymcfitness)

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