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.
Spring has sprung, and summer is well on its way! What better way to celebrate than to refresh your tired pool house? Kickstart your summer prep by ensuring that your backyard cabana opens to the outdoors.
We may have mentioned this before, but when it comes to glazing, there’s a lot to know. Even a single pane of glass is more than simply a pane of glass – depending on where it was made it is likely to have a different mineral makeup, and potentially color, than if it had been made elsewhere.
Of the many ways our systems can be customized, perhaps the most fun, is art glass. All of our opening glass wall systems are compatible with art glass, and can be customized with any design of your choosing.
By now you may be familiar with PrivaSEE, our frameless single track sliding system specifically designed for enhanced acoustic isolation. PrivaSEE has always been an innovative product, but now we’re taking it one step farther with open corners.
When many people look at a pane of glass, they think of it as simply that – glass, without requiring further distinction. However, here at NanaWall Systems, we know that the type of glass makes all the difference.
Opening glass walls are a complex work of architectural engineering, so sometimes when people speak of them there is a lot of jargon that flies around. A jargon-y term we are particularly fond of is “pure openings.” A pure opening is a completely unobstructed aperture created by an operable glass wall whose panels park outside the plane of the opening in a remote location.