architectural & commercial interior doors



A Century of Expertise Yields Far More than Just a Door
Masonite Architectural strives to be customers’ indispensable partner for creating successful buildings and shaping better environments — so they can always specify with confidence. A passion for authentic craftsmanship and trend-forward thinking drives us to create the most distinct, innovative offering in the industry.

Professionally Crafted Wood Doors Leave a Stunning, Lasting Impression
Today, our network of design and manufacturing locations is the most extensive in the wood door industry, and creates wood door solutions that range from the world’s most distinguished authentic wood stile and rail doors made in London, Ontario to our broad commercial wood veneer door offering made in Northumberland, Pennsylvania to our highly customizable doors made in Largo, FL. We service and supply wood doors for projects around the globe to help shape better environments.

The Right Door for the Right Opening
Our streamlined portfolio simplifies the selection and specification process, while providing the breadth of products that provide optimal performance and aesthetic solutions for every market, including:


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ASPIRO™ & CENDURA™ Series for Legacy Brands

• Marshfield-Algoma & Harring: now ASPIRO™ Series
• Mohawk: now CENDURA™ Series

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ASPIRO™ Series - Architectural Doors

Aspiro Series - Highest Aesthetic and Performance Qualities

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CENDURA™ Series - Commercial Doors

Cendura Series - Performance, Aesthetics, Value.

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Performance Solutions

Whether you're providing enhanced acoustics to ensure peace and privacy in patient rooms or greater durability to stand up to high levels of traffic in a hotel lobby - we have the right door solution for every opening. Our ongoing research provides you with the tools, resources and expertise to empower great designs for any market. As a result, you can confidently specify the right products for all your building's aesthetic and performance needs.AcousticsDurabilitySafetyAesthetics

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Healthcare projects are complex and require more than a one-door solution. Not only does each door influence the overall aesthetic, the correct choice helps block out noise, stands up to abuse, and supports a sterile environment. Let us provide the solutions you need to create a more successful healthcare facility.

Doors For Healthcare Solutions:
  • Stile & Rail: Office Suites & Public Areas
  • Plastic Laminate: Public or Common Areas
  • High Impact Door: Patient Room Entry & Surgical Units
  • Oversized Door: Cross Corridor
  • Lead-Lined Cross Section: Imaging Room

Performance Solutions:
  • Acoustically Sound Spaces - Patient Rooms
  • Extreme Durability - Corridors & Surgical Units
  • Optimal Hygiene - Clinical Areas
  • High Level of Aesthetics - Public Areas

Design Guide - See a floor by floor guide to simplify your healthcare project.
Case Study - Durability and performance meet at the Clarity Child Guidance centre.
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From the elegance of a luxury hotel to the unique, modern vibe of a boutique property - or the comfortable approach of a full/focused or economy hotel hospitality environments call for a versatile array of architectural doors that serve to enhance the overall guest experience, leading to glowing reviews and return stays.

Doors for Hospitality Solutions:
  • Wood Veneer: Reception / Lobby
  • STC Rated Door Core: Guest Room
  • Factory-Painted MDO Door: Guest Room
  • Louver Door: Restroom Stalls
  • High Impact Door: Back of House

Performance Solutions:
  • Acoustics - Guest Rooms
  • Durability & Security: Guest Rooms
  • Sustainabilitty
  • Aesthetics - Lobbies and Hallways

Hospitality Guide - See our floor by floor design guide

Last Update: 2018-05-22