One recently implemented example of a floor-track-optional system is the NanaWall HSW50 Trackless in a home by Sebastian Mariscal, principal of Sebastian Mariscal Studio.
The floor-track optional NanaWall opens up three walls of a 35-foot by 35-foot room, changing a glassed-in living area (living, dining and kitchen) into an outdoor living area so the family can dine or relax "al fresco" while looking at a180-degree view of the Pacific Ocean.
was the only system where we could have three walls of glass all in one system with one line of panels perfectly flush," Mariscal
said, who used the system in his
In La Jolla, Calif., on an ocean view site, Mariscal
designed a 4,500 sf home with a living area that blends indoors and outdoors.
"This dual use of space makes the architecture more efficient and flexible," said Mariscal