After shots of one of San Francisco’s famous Painted Lady homes following an extensive remodel.
Historic renovations can be tricky: it’s about finding the right balance between integrating the new and establishing a sense of the present-day while taking the time to appreciate what came before.
Opening glass walls easily bridge this aesthetic gap, as they are at once contemporary and timeless. Also, like the craftsmanship of yore, NanaWall’s exceptionally engineered products are made to endure. Read on to get a look at some of our favorite historic renovation projects.
This 1840’s brownstone in New Orleans gets a whole new way to ventilate itself during those muggy, southern summers with one of our opening glass walls.
This formerly dilapidated barn in Connecticut's historic district transforms to include a guesthouse, basketball court, performance stage, and a home theater.
This New York brownstone pulls off a stunning integration of old and new, culminating in a contemporary industrial aesthetic with its brand-new bi-folding system.
A converted barn-turned-guesthouse and barre studio in the New York Catskills gains new life after a celebrity makeover.