Block Island ResidenceContemporary Patio, Boston

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petternetter wrote:May 5, 2013
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    Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.
    Thank you all for your comments and interest in Eck MacNeely Architects! The folding glass over the bar is a NanaWall system. Unfortunately we do not have information on the barstools because these were chosen by the interior designer with the client's input in a process separate from the architectural design, yet their natural finish complements beautifully the organic look of the shingles, deck and outdoor bar.
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    NanaWall
    Thank you @Eck!
    @Liana Smith- Here are additional images of NanaWall systems used in a a similar format. Take a look at our website http://www.nanawall.com/ if you have any questions and/or concerns. Give us a call as well and we'll be glad to assist you 1(800) 873-5673.
Ratzlaff Homes wrote:Jul 21, 2013
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    Winter? Bugs?
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    @Ratzalff and @Kayla

    These are Nana Doors that are just configured to a smaller size to make them window doors. Here are additional images of NanaWall systems used in a similar format but with larger openings. Take a look at our website http://www.nanawall.com/ if you have any questions and/or concerns. Give us a call as well and we'll be glad to assist you 1(800) 873-5673.

    @Simpham We also offer screens that can be accessorized with each of our systems to keep the bugs out. Here's a brief overview of our screens: http://www.nanawall.com/products/nanascreen
klangan7 wrote:Jan 5, 2014
richdubreuil wrote:Mar 6, 2015
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    Eck | MacNeely Architects inc.

    Thank you for your interest in Eck MacNeely! We do not currently work with any contractors in particular in NH but the window system is a NanaWall system and they would likely be able to recommend installers. The window system under the overhanging roof would be lovely in NH's climate. Thank you and good luck with your project!

rciarleg wrote:Nov 15, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Open a Kitchen to the OutdoorsApr 4, 2014

    Positioning your outdoor bar beneath a wide eave, as shown here, will help provide some cover from the sun.

    mariannel
    Marianne Lipanovich added this to An Indoor-Outdoor Serving Bar Opens the PossibilitiesOct 30, 2013

    At this beach house, the weathered tones of the outdoor bar blend nicely with the siding on the house as well as the concrete counters inside. Matching brackets under the eaves and the bar help tie the look together. Even the trim on the accordion-fold window matches the trim on the kitchen windows inside.Both indoor and outdoor counters were designed to sit flush. The track for the accordion-fold window is recessed to sit below the plane of the counters and not interfere with the flow.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    lea_baliarda
    Léa Nallet added this to cour / TerrasseApr 28, 2019

    pool house + cuisine d'été + bar

    roserustler
    roserustler added this to Natalie kitchenFeb 26, 2019

    Nice presentation for pass through from kitchen

    fullered
    fullered added this to Next houseFeb 20, 2019

    Main floor bar or kitchen - full open on both sides

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