The future of folding glass walls is here (and before long, everywhere)
The NanaWall installation was essential to the success of the Comcast Wholesale design. Comcast Wholesale required a space that would function not only as an inspired office environment, but also as a demonstration center spotlighting the brand’s technological advances on a national level to both the public and private sector as well as the media – a showpiece. The operable glass NanaWall delineates the break and demonstration areas and allows the two spaces to function independently when fully closed during a workday presentation or as one single space when completely opened, expanding the demonstration area to include the coffee bar and catering for events. During the workday, the NanaWall provides a perfect balance between defined space and an open environment, allowing for areas to be designated yet inviting.
We incorporated a topographic map of Denver’s major sites to highlight Comcast’s proximity to the 5280 line. The NanaWall was the perfect medium to add an artistic element that contributes to the company’s forward thinking and innovative culture.
The client was thrilled with the results and said that the new space has re-energized the entire team.
“Much of the Success of the Design is Attributed to The Versatility and Uniqueness of the NanaWall that Serves as the Linchpin of the Entire Space Together”
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With the intent of blurring the lines between inside and out at this New England residence, NanaWall was the chosen solution because of the system’s engineering and aesthetic advantages, including the Screen Classic option.
La Jolla Residence
Providing a continuous indoor/outdoor experience, where the house opens completely to the outside without delineating a boundary, was essential in this contemporary residential project. The NanaWall HSW60 Single Track Sliding system was the specified solu
“We selected cero for its clean lines and simple, minimal frame around the glass, and because of the center-opening option with no need for a closet or pocket for the doors to nest,”
— Melissa O’Rear, Architect