Project Location

Pacific Northwest, BC


Jonathan Ehling Architect



“The NanaWall was installed within the context of a very exposed environment where wind and rain can play havoc with lesser designed systems, and it has performed well.”

The High Performing and Energy Efficient Choice

To make this happen, Ehling found a solution that fit the bill precisely. The NanaWall HSW60, a thermally broken, aluminum framed single track sliding wall system, that delivered the unobstructed access to views while at the same time providing low-maintenance with effortless operation, which the homeowner desired. The HSW60 features panels that smoothly slide on a single track and are completely out of sight when desired.

Before selecting the NanaWall system, Ehling briefly looked at the Eclipse system that was available locally. “They had fewer options and a heavier profile which we were trying to avoid since everything was about getting that all-important view,” he says.


“Using the NanaWall operable glass walls presented an opening to bring in the pool deck and an exterior view without any obstructions. I am very satisfied with the outcome.”

“Our ambition as architects for this home was not simply to frame the view but to become one with the landscape. The NanaWall system achieved this in one elegant and dramatic gesture.” 

"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.” 

"NanaWall allowed us to create uninterrupted views to the Chesapeake Bay and open the west wall of the Loblolly House, effectively transforming the interior of the house into a porch." 



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