"The Nana wall has been our favorite feature of the house because it allows us to maximize beauty and optimize function by expanding our living area into the back yard allowing for great big family gatherings. "

We worked with a long time architect friend of ours from GxG CoOp Design to create our dream home. My husband and I love being outdoors. When he saw the Nana wall in my sister’s home in Rancho Palos Verdes that was featured on the Nana wall website he was motivated to find a “fixer upper home” with a floor plan that would allow for creating a similar indoor-outdoor living space. I argued that it is too costly to have a Nana wall and it does not make sense since our back yard is small and faces a big wall. We do not have the million dollar home and view that my sister has overlooking the harbor with the city lights with over an acre of gorgeous Japanese landscaping. For months I resisted and looked into other window/door options that would maximize light and access to the back yard. The demolition commenced and remodeling started with blueprints for a gaping 20 feet opening that I was adamant no Nana wall should be placed.

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