At NanaWall, we're dedicated to providing world-class moveable glass wall systems that take your project to the next level. Our blog explores the latest trends in architecture, interior design and related topics.
Signals indicate the US renovation market will be strong in the future. What are those signals? For one, American homes are old. Over 40% of US houses were built at least 50 years ago. At some point, they’ll need an upgrade. Learn how homes are transformed with opening glass walls.
Traditional cabins often have a warm nostalgia associated with memories of family and friends gathering together, but the cabin you grew up visiting may look quite different than the modern cabins being built today.
With cutting-edge engineering, proprietary features, and a few US patents in place, NanaWall SL84 provides the slimmest and most thermally efficient aluminum framed folding glass wall. This next generation bifolding door brands a new level of aesthetics featuring an extremely streamlined appearance with minimal exposed hardware.
Each NanaWall Folding Glass Wall product is designed with intent. With twelve customizable systems, we’ve created a Folding Glass Wall Comparison Guide to help clarify each product’s designed solution.
Do you find yourself tugging a little harder at your traditional sliding glass door lately? Does the door make noise as it opens and shuts? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, chances are you will need to perform a bit of sliding glass door maintenance.
We have a new reason to preach our allegiance to the Warriors. The Warriors' new home, the Chase Center, uses an innovative NanaWall product in its gatehouse: cero® by NanaWall minimal framed sliding glass wall.
Old French doors served many households well but it’s an outdated design. The pressure placed on hinges causes mechanical issues. Should you keep fixing it to make it last? Or find a more modern solution?
Indoor/Outdoor living is a trend that is gaining popularity for its many incredible benefits. Homeowners are finding that these living areas add space, function and beauty to their home without the need for an expensive remodel or addition.
The popularity of indoor/outdoor living spaces is on the rise. Homeowners want to enjoy the outdoors as an extension of their interior living space. Given this desire, architects and designers are eager to come up with creative ways to make it a reality.