Project Location

Lakeside, MI

Architect

Raino-Ogden Architects

Product

SL70

“The environmental precision of the system assures our client’s comfort in winter as much as their ability to live both in and out during the warmer months.”

“After much research,” says Ogden, "we found NanaWall to be our only choice. The design for the room required that occupants could appreciate the shoreline panorama and, weather permitting, open the walls to enjoy the sounds and breezes. The walls also had to withstand the high winds and driving rain, sleet and snow common to a northern lake front setting.”

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"Achieving a seamless indoor/outdoor relationship was critical to this lake front project. NanaWall’s recessed screens, track details and the environmental precision of the system assured our client’s comfort in winter as much as their ability to live both in and out during the warmer months.” 

-roomTen Design

“We understand the NanaWall system to be the best of its kind on the market. The wall is extremely easy to operate and performs very well in the Vancouver climate. Also, when the wall is closed, the SL82 has no frames—it looks like seamless glass from the exterior.”

"An extra-long NanaWall opens up completely for great indoor/outdoor entertainment flow, providing a preponderance of natural light when closed. While only 200 square feet were added on, it feels like so much more."

"During the mild winter months in South Florida, we can open our NanaWall system and bring the indoors and outdoors together. During our humid summers, we can shut out the weather but are still able to view our beautiful outdoor environment.” 

"With NanaWall's HSW60 system the house opens completely without delineating a boundary for a continuous indoor/outdoor experience, while providing superior performance." 

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