Embrace the great outdoors with these expansive glazing options set in minimal frames.
Loggia sliding panels
Designed with the terrace in mind, Renson’s Loggia sliding panels offer shelter from sun and wind, with a variety designs to achieve a number of styles. Options range from Loggialu Plano, with horizontal-rectangular aluminum blades, to Loggiawood Linea, with vertical cedarwood slats, designed to provide privacy without diminishing the connection to the outdoors.
4880 Patio Door
Available in two-, three-, and four-panel sliding- and pocket-door configurations, Ply Gem’s 4880 thermally insulated patio doors offer thermal protection at an affordable price. Panels are available up to 8 feet tall and 16 feet wide, and can be operated by an automated system that allows remote access from anywhere via smartphone.
Ultimate Bi-Fold Door
With panels available in frames up to ten feet tall and three feet six inches wide, Marvin’s Ultimate Bi-Fold Door systems can span beyond 55 feet with as little interruption as possible. Designed for both residential and commercial use, they are available in 45 different configurations, with two hinges (rather than three) to enhance the minimal look, and multiple sill-liner options for custom effects.
NanaWall’s latest offering in the large-panel sliding-glass-wall category features an ultrathin frame and four sill options, including a design for extreme weather conditions. Panels can be double- or triple-glazed depending on performance needs, while frames come in 50 standard colors and a wide range of custom options. The entire system can be automated for easy operation.
LaCantina’s Contemporary Clad line combines the warm style of wood on the interior with the durability of aluminum on the exterior, available with all of the brand’s folding, multi-slide, and swing-door systems. Its increased thermal performance makes it the brand’s most efficient offering yet, while concealed locking and the option of stainless or bronze hardware create a streamlined look.
EpicVue Patio Doors
Jeld-Wen based the design of EpicVue windows and patio doors on feedback from architects and designers, answering the call for large expanses of glass with wood-clad extruded-aluminum-sash construction. The line is available in nine different wood species with five different stains and nearly endless paint options.