This DoorBird with one call button and a keypad fits perfectly onto the narrow fence pillar of this single-family home. The combination of the stainless-steel IP video intercom and the blue door looks great on a sunny spring day like this!
The Farimagsgade district in the heart of Copenhagen is also called Kartoffelrækkerne which literally means “potato row” because the houses are smashed together just like rows of potato plants in the field. The historical district is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the capital city of Denmark, and DoorBird is proud to be represented there by one of our best-selling IP video intercoms: D2101V.
Our partner MASTERline installed DoorBird at the entrance to the office and showroom grounds. Thanks to the video door station, the staff can control the gate remotely, and also see and speak with the customers via their smartphones.
This yellow door in San Francisco, California is definitely an eyecatcher. The DoorBird IP video door station with state-of-the-art technology is in no way inferior to it. High-quality stainless steel and the elegant, straightforward look make the D2104V model with four call buttons a timeless design object.
Tenants in this apartment building got all the benefits of having a smart video intercom. They can see who is at the front door on their smartphones – no matter if they are shopping or at work. Visitors and delivery staff can quickly find names on the display using the keypad.
Well-known architect Thom Mayne and his wife Blythe decided for a DoorBird IP video door station to complete the entrance area of their house in Santa Monica, California. Equipped with a keypad and a flush-mounted postbox it fulfills all wishes for a modern and elegant intercom.
Straightforward meets ornate. With the DoorBird IP video intercom, tenants can see who is at the front door even when they are not at home. This D2103V model, made of stainless steel and installed at a residential building in San Francisco, creates an impressive contrast to the gate.