Bay Area artist studio design

Nana Folding Glass Doors
on Corner Open to Patio

A Nana Wall folding glass door installation with a floating open corner that opens onto a patio is the focal point of this Bay Area artist studio. Equally at home in a pool house or guest house, Nana folding glass wall systems provide an inviting transition between indoor and outdoor living areas.

Award-winning San Francisco architecture firm William Duff Architects designed this light-filled modern art studio with stucco and Ipe wood siding. The shed roof features a shiplap wood soffit and copper fascia. In addition to track lighting, natural light bathes this space through the patio folding glass doors, Velux skylights with adjustable shades, and custom transparent and frosted glass clerestory windows.

Architecture: William Duff Architects Photography: Mark Pinkerton

Featured on Nana Wall company webiste, "The Leader in Opening Glass Walls" in a story titled, A Coner-less Expansion

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