Opening to the natural landscape

In design, I have always been a proponent of bringing the outside in. It lifts the spirit which naturally enhances your mood. If you are fortunate enough to have large glass windows, try not obstruct the view with large furniture and fixtures. Do install proper treatment e.g solar shades to assist with heat and glare and blackout shades in the bedroom to assist with slumber and privacy but if those aren’t your issues, don’t be timid to open up to the natural landscape and enjoy.

Here are few home with glass facades done right. (The architectural firms are noted at the bottom of each picture) 

Carver + Schicketanz

Carver + Schicketanz

Matt Gibson

Matt Gibson

SAOTA

SAOTA

Longhi Architects

Longhi Architects

Kokai Studios

Kokai Studios

Sydney House

Sydney House

Pitsou Kedem

Pitsou Kedem

Netzwerkarchitekten

Netzwerkarchitekten

Guerrerro Architects

Guerrerro Architects

Chen + Suchart Studio

Chen + Suchart Studio

Coop 15

Coop 15

Stuart Parr Design

Stuart Parr Design

Touzet Studio

Touzet Studio

Toth Architecture

Toth Architecture

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This entry was written by Ray-Lee and published on November 25, 2013 at 12:21 pm. It’s filed under Construction, Contemporary Design, Home Design, Interior Design, Lighting, Modern Design, Outdoors, Wall Covering, Windows and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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