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NanaWall Systems,has introduced WhiteOUT, the first individual panel frameless opening glass wall system that provides visual privacy or transparency on demand.

The opacity allows the system to be used as a whiteboard or projection screen for maximum space efficiency at the touch of a button. When not in use, the glass panels can be stacked remotely and out of sight to allow for a flexible connectivity of spaces.

“NanaWall WhiteOUT provides builders with a multifunctional visual privacy system utilizing the best dynamic glass available,” said NanaWall Systems CEO Ebrahim Nana. “This glass wall system offers space efficiency and a clean design with instantaneous opaque privacy or transparency to elevate both commercial and residential projects.”

WhiteOUT provides privacy on demand without any vertical interruption since this all glass system has no stiles. It is wireless and operates easily with a remote control, and the operation of incorporated swing panels causes no interference to the glass activation.

NanaWall also recently unveiled NanaWall 3D Visual Studio—an exclusive, cloud-based design tool that provides architects with an interactive solution to visualize and animate their design using NanaWall Single Track Sliding glass walls. The tool renders and emails consolidated CAD and PDF files of design drawings, making it easy to incorporate the system into the project.

The company’s cero glass wall has also recently achieved an STC 43 sound rating for interiors with the Flush Sill option. The ADA compliant Flush Sill is the shallowest available in the large panel minimal sliding glass wall industry, making it optimal for interior construction. Cero’s double glazed option combined with the Flush Sill offers architects a new design choice for interior applications requiring acoustical privacy, such as conference rooms.

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