The NanaWall Single Track Sliding System HSW60 operable glass wall becomes the center of attention at the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum in Seattle, WA! Artist Dale Chihuly created a large exhibition hall and uses an extravagant glasshouse as a centerpiece to the museum, which along with a garden covers over 1 ½ acres of land. The sculpture located inside the glasshouse is comprised of 1400 pieces and spans a 100 foot-long—a sculpture so large that without a NanaWall operable glass wall system that completely opens up, the sculpture would have been nearly impossible to bring in. The NanaWall HSW60 system conveniently opens up to the plaza facing the exhibition, providing an excellent merge between both the indoor and outdoor spaces to easily transition visitors from one location to the next while creating a unique and lasting memorable experience that is truly unforgettable to visitors.
After celebrating the museums first year anniversary yesterday, thanks to the NanaWall Systems, Chihuly can truly use his talent without limiting his artwork to regular-sized door measurements. He can continue to be inspired to provide extravagant works of art that will attract visitors from all around the world!