A NanaWall FlexSpace offers the ability to create optimized floor plans and increase flexibility within classrooms, auditoriums, libraries and student centers. This flexibility allows teachers to gain access to shared resources and adapt space for varying sized groups as well as project-based learning activities. NanaWall systems enable multiple room layouts without costly building additions while providing interiors with increased natural daylight and private, transparent divisions when needed.
At Booker T. Washington Elementary, NanaWall operable glass walls enable multiple room configurations and sizes without building additional space-creating educational FlexSpace.
To optimize the limited floor space and increase the classroom flexibility at Burleson Elementary, two NanaWall SL45 systems replaced fixed walls to create a new multipurpose FlexSpace.
Texas Association of School Boards needed a solution to modernize its elementary schools without costly additions. The resulting NanaWall FlexSpace has increased classroom flexibility allowing for varying classroom sizes and requirements.
At this historic children’s library in Palo Alto CA, a NanaWall SL45 system aptly links the “Secret Garden” exterior with the multipurpose room interior allowing in natural light, fresh air and creating flexible space.
The thermally broken NanaWall design provides a high level of insulative value, as well, helping the St. Francis High School to achieve its current status as a model of sustainable, passive-energy design.
The design team specified NanaWall’s HSW60 Single Track Sliding System as the solution for a transparent, segmented, interior division that required no floor track and a unique docking bay for the panels.
To solve a pedestrian circulation problem created by the addition of a new Campus Center to the West Valley College campus between two preexisting plazas, two NanaWall SL70 systems were installed with great success.