Not so Wide

A NanaWall system makes a smaller home feel expansive.

Traditional multi-track sliders only allow you to use one half of the opening. With a NanaWall opening, even with a smaller 3 panel system, the sense of usable space is expanded and the barrier is removed. Opening the operable glass wall seamlessly connects the two spaces creating both visual and physical expansiveness. When closed, the large panels with narrow stiles keep the outside connection with unobstructed views while flooding the interior with natural light.

Justison Landing

To attract more discriminating buyers to this multifamily development in Wilmington DE, and to provide more efficient, open layouts with more natural daylight, the builders turned to NanaWall’s SL60 for its Juliet balconies.

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Margarido House

This Bay Area project uses a passive-energy approach to design by incorporating a NanaWall system to provide natural daylighting and passive ventilation along with its durable nontoxic materials.

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Run of the River

To further enhance the connection to nature at this Washington location, the design team specified the WD65 Wood Framed Folding System, with a NanaScreen add-on to keep out mosquitoes.

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The Growing Appeal of Accessory Dwelling Units

Accessory dwelling units are on the rise as people are reimagining homes to host multipurpose everyday activities. An accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, is fairly self-explanatory—a self-contained structure on the same property as a single-family home.

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