The storefront is the first line of branding that reflects a company’s unique image.

A wide-open entrance eliminates barriers by creating a seamless transition between street and store and attracts customers inside, which can lead to an increase in sales. With expanded display areas, shoppers are enticed by colorful merchandising, and are readily drawn deep into the store. When time to close, the NanaWall storefront continues the showcase the interior and provides a secure, energy efficient, transparent façade.

Cotton On

Cotton On’s unique NanaWall storefront sets itself apart from neighboring storefronts at The Galleria in Houston Texas. Customers are easily engaged and drawn into this stylish store.

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iFly Orlando Relocation

SkyVenture LLC moved its Orlando indoor skydiving center to an area heavy with competition over tourists. Learn how NanaWall HSW60 helped the iFly center win the attention of passerby’s and become a highlight on the crowded street.

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Starbucks Coffee

The Charles Sparks team chose a NanaWall system for this Starbucks because the product allowed the firm to modify the appearance of the wall. They needed to parallel the train station and café aesthetics.

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This T-Mobile retailer in a California-cool location features an eye-catching façade with bold colors and disappearing opening glass walls.

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Whole Foods Napa

At the Whole Foods Market Culinary Center, the design team wanted the flexibility of allowing the space to spill out into the sales floor or to be closed off for private events.

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