Invite the Outdoors In With a NanaWall

Invite the Outdoors In With a NanaWall

For five years, Authentic Designs & Remodeling has been installing NanaWalls for clients who are interested in changing the entire design aesthetics of a room by opening an entire wall (10-20 feet) and inviting the outdoors in. Made in Germany, these stunning operable glass walls feature proprietary hardware and precise finishes that are unmatched by any similar product we’ve seen.

Naturally, a NanaWall is a great enhancement for homes with a view, but any home will benefit from installing one. It can actually increase the square footage of your home when a NanaWall opens to an outdoor living space — and you can even open up an entire corner of your home when you have two perpendicular NanaWalls meet.

Here is some information from the NanaWall website:

  • During our 30-plus years in business, we have earned the trust of architects, builders, design professionals, and homeowners as a solutions provider for re-imagining how buildings, people, and the elements interact. By combining precision engineering and outstanding design options across more than 20 unique systems, we advance design possibilities beyond the conventional for almost any space.
  • Our operable walls transcend the notion of mere glass and hardware. Every system embodies the NanaWall DNA of performance, ingenuity, aesthetics and flexibility. The result is a seamlessly integrated solution expressing a thoughtfully combined application of function and beauty that solve the most complex design challenges, and inspire new ideas for buildings and homes.
  • Because NanaWall pioneered the category of operable glass wall systems, we are the only source for a genuine solution, customized for you. Other providers may use our name as a generic descriptor for folding glass doors, but there is only one authentic NanaWall — a name that continues to lead in performance, beauty and durability.

As you may suspect, it takes a great deal of skill to properly install a NanaWall, as well as add-ons such as electronic shades hidden between joists and crown valances created to hide the hardware. This is definitely not a DIY project, but something a qualified framer and contractor must do.

A NanaWall project generally takes between six and eight weeks, but ADR clients have always felt it was well worth the wait. It can be pricey, but most people see it as an investment that makes their home more enjoyable to live in and adds value when it’s time to sell.

Are you interested in installing a NanaWall in your home? Contact us to discuss specifics. We’re here to help.

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