Large panes of glass are generally considered characteristic of modern architecture, where basic materials are used to create clean, geometric lines. However, glass walls – especially opening glass walls – are not limited solely to modern architecture. They can be used in a variety of architectural styles, from Colonial to Victorian to ranch-style homes.
Surely, you’ve noticed by now the breathtaking beauty of our systems…But even better than looking at our photos and perusing our impressive website, is getting to know our products in person. Seeing our products up close gives you an opportunity to get a feel for how they function, and to examine their finer details.
Air quality is an important consideration within any enclosed space. We spend almost 90% of our time indoors yet we may not know that the air quality is often poor and unhealthy. According to the United States EPA, residential indoor air pollution can actually be a bigger health risk than the pollution found in the air around industrial areas.
There are many considerations when choosing the right sliding glass wall system for your project. Here at NanaWall, we are known for our superior engineering and attention to detail; a close look at cero, our minimal framed large panel sliding glass wall, demonstrates this perfectly.
Recent years have marked an upward trend in the purchase of smaller homes. In years past, it had seemed that prospective home buyers were opting to purchase the largest homes they could procure for their budgets, but new research reveals that much of the current market is prioritizing smaller homes with more included amenities.
Cero is our minimal framed large panel sliding glass wall. Capable of reaching breadths of up to 13’ by 7’, cero provides maximum glass with minimal sightlines, so that you can frame what matters most to you without any visual disturbance.
Forest House, a project of much acclaim, recently won a 2017 design award from the San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The novel design, developed by Envelope A+D, features three NanaWall WD66 systems.
As one of the leading firms in architecture and innovative design, Gensler pays special attention to the design of its own offices. “We see our space as a laboratory for testing ideas,” said Reid Brockmeier, co-managing director of Gensler’s Morristown office in New Jersey.
cero® by NanaWall simulates an atmosphere in which walls are mere illusion. The minimal aluminum frames culminate in a barely perceptible perimeter around sprawling panes of glass that beg us to reconsider, time and again, our notion of whether we are inside or out.