Pella’s Architect Series of wood-framed windows.
Loewen’s Series 36 Picture Window.
NanaWall introduces SL45, which uses the company’s patented FoldFlat technology.
Maiden Steel's Zero pivot door.
Pella’s Architect Series of wood-framed windows.
Loewen’s Series 36 Picture Window.
NanaWall introduces SL45, which uses the company’s patented FoldFlat technology.
Maiden Steel's Zero pivot door.

Cutting Edge

Trends and innovations in windows and doors

WONDERFUL WOOD Pella’s Architect Series of wood-framed windows offers a wide range of functions and styles. Coated in EnduraClad, a patented exterior finish that protects wood, the series features security products and various hardware collections. Pictured: black-framed windows and doors—mainstays of the current modern-farmhouse look. pella.com

PICTURE PERFECT Loewen’s Series 36 Picture Window boasts a streamlined design with expanded glass and no glazing stops. Available through The Sanders Company in various shapes and sizes, the windows’ minimal wood framework makes them a good fit for contemporary spaces. loewen.com; thesanderscompany.com

OPEN PLAN Folding-glass wall manufacturer NanaWall introduces SL45, which uses the company’s patented FoldFlat technology. The panels pivot back 180 degrees and stack inside or out to create an unimpeded opening between indoor and outdoor spaces. A minimalist, all-aluminum frame and integrated hardware convey a clean look. nanawall.com

BOLD STATEMENT San Diego-based Maiden Steel manufactures customizable steel doors—among them the statement-making Zero pivot door (above), which boasts heavy-duty strength and an industrial-chic aesthetic. Designed for interior or exterior use, it comes in a galvanized or powder-coated finish; pictured here in custom powder-coating. maidensteel.com