Forest House: A Scandi Home with NanaWall WD66 System

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The Forest House is a Scandinavian-style resident built through the collaboration between Douglas Burnham and Envelope A+D. Located in California, the United States, the house has received a 2017 design award from the American Institute of Architects due to its extraordinary design featuring three NanaWall WD66 systems.

Forest House

Forest House A Scandi Home With Nanawall Wd66 System 5

As mentioned above, the house comes with the NanaWall WD66 system which is known as wood-framed folding glass wall. Due to its top notch insulation and weather protection, the system works well with a home like Forest House. The WD66 acts as a non-operable and conventional wall which is perfect to upgrade the whole look of the Forest House.

Open to the Outside

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The Forest house consists of a series of one-room cabins which make the overall space seems expansive, not to mention with the additional flexibility presented by the WD66.

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When operated, the system glides off into a corner and expands the room, letting the inner space opens to the outside.

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Here you can see the living room with hardwood flooring and a wood burning fireplace.

Smart Installation for Small Spaces

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Some people say that NanaWall WD66 system is intended for spacious building. However, seeing that it suits perfectly for a narrow space like the Forest house, the claim is definitely off base. The smallest WD66 system comes with 3 panels which is suitable for limited spaces.

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