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The Official Blog of NanaWall

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.

PrivaSEE – Now with Open Corners

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.

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Architect Spotlight: I.M. Pei

Welcome back to Architect Spotlight! Today we celebrate the illustrious career of I.M. Pei, an architect born on this very day (April 26th), 101 years ago (1917).

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The Endless Array of RemoteSTACK Possibilities

At NanaWall we are very proud of the work we do and the products we create. Our products PERFORM, and we are not shy about saying so.

One of the capabilities that our products have that we are particularly proud of, is a feature called RemoteSTACK.

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Designing an Office That Works – Volume 4, Privacy

In this week’s edition of Designing an Office That Works, we will be meditating upon the issue of privacy.

Privacy like collaboration is essential for better workplace engagement, innovation, and advancement.

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The Magic of Pure Openings

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.

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Demystifying Simulated Divided Lites

So, what is a simulated divided lite? You might ask.

Generally speaking, a divided lite describes fenestration with multiple panes of glass that are separated by narrow pieces of wood or metal known as mullions.

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