Whereas a traditional hinged door is single-acting, limited by its hardware and the door frames it depends on, an interior pivot door can be double-acting.
A frameless interior pivot door can submerge in a wall, flush with the finished surface because the door’s thickness is flexible. Whether that’s a thick or a thin wall, and you want to submerge or even completely hide the door on the surface, it’s possible. You don’t have to make decisions about thickness, heaviness, or lightness until you’re ready to put the doors in place.
When you opt for a FritsJurgens hinge, the minimum door thickness is 40 mm (1.57“). You can scale up from there, making the door the same thickness as the adjacent wall or pivot door and adding up to the no-distractions-look that a frameless or a floor-to-ceiling style door offers.