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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.

The Psychology of Interior Glass Doors in the Workplace

Have you ever wondered why big companies are moving towards glass wall conference rooms? We break down the reasons why big brands are choosing to improve work culture by targeting their interior setting and how you can too.

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Designs that Inspire: 5 Glass Wall Design Ideas for Office Interiors

Knowing the benefits of using moving glass systems for commercial projects allows you to share the positive benefits with your clients, increasing customer interest and satisfaction with your work overall. NanaWall offers a variety of moving glass systems for offices with the type of variety you’ll be excited to offer. Check out our sliding wall systems and learn more today.

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The 5 Unexpected Benefits of Using Glass Wall Designs for the Home

Knowing the benefits of using exterior glass walls in residential projects can help you promote better results for your customers, and better reviews for you. Take a look at some of the unexpected benefits so you can tell your customers, including better sleep, better mood, decreased heating and electricity costs.

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How to Master Mid-Century Modern Renovation? Tip One: Modernize the Glass Walls

Mid-Century Modern architecture is the result of some of the best architectural minds in American history. Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie homes initially inspired the style. However, architects like Richard Neutra, Charles and Ray Eames, and Eero Saarinen made it their own. Perhaps the best-known example of Mid-Century Modern building comes from the real estate developer, Joseph Eichler.

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Whole Foods Is Making Grocery Shopping Enjoyable Again with Moving Glass Wall Systems

The Whole Foods chain is a leader of premium grocery stores. The quality and nutrition of the food is excellent, but the company differentiates itself through the shopping experience. Every store has neatly organized aisles, employees ready to lend a hand, and aesthetic design. A Whole Foods location in Denver took the shopping experience in its three-story store to an even higher level with moving glass wall systems.

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The Crown Jewel of a Performing Arts School

The Spring Valley Academy was built with the purpose of weaving faith, academics, and the performing arts into one revolutionary youth education program. The school’s founders were determined to strengthen that mission by producing an event center that would be the school’s crown jewel.

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Transforming a Garage into a Luxurious Guesthouse

Garages aren’t often used to store cars these days. People that live car-free, or in safe, sunny areas where they can park outside, don’t require the traditional services of a garage. Many end up as areas to hoard junk in. A Los Angeles resident recognized the potential of the space and wanted to convert the garage into a guesthouse.

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Law of Storefront Attraction: Show People the Inside

If you saw a flying person would you walk over to explore the situation further? Stantec, the architecture firm behind iFly’s new indoor skydiving center in Orlando, Florida, took advantage of the company’s eye-catching service and constructed a retail store that passersby can’t resist to enter.

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From No View to Full View

A beautiful community in Washington sits directly on the edge of the vast, scenic Lake Sammamish. For a long time, the homeowners of a two-story house in that community could barely even see the lake because of the way their 18 year old house was oriented—it was like being at a Cirque Du Soleil show while wearing a sleeping mask or turning your back to a sunset.

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