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the shoji slidng door and upper glass windows
like windows that follow roof line
Awesome eichler windows
the windows and light
Japanese style in windows
clerestory windows...Yes windows...high windows...Love high windows...Top windows...angles and windows...Windows (again)...window on top...Roof pitch windows...the window...Like top windows
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Dallas, TX: Mark and Betsy
I love the vaulted ceilings, the windows, everything...
high windows could be on interior too to let light in master br area when its divided
the layout, the windows and couch
At a time when many homeowners are painting over dated wood paneling, the couple is pleased with their decision to keep the wood intact in the living room. "We like our living area during sunrise, as the larger windows face east and allow the rays of the morning sun to light the room
larger windows face east and allow the rays of the morning sun to light the room," says Mark. In the evenings, the couple usually adjourns to the great room, which faces west. "We can relax and watch the dog in the courtyard below."Sofa: Room & Board; artwork: Tamara White
french doors, baie vitree, wood frame, clerestories
This is how the living room west and north walls could intersect. Clerestory windows. Very nicely proportioned
paneling just on the upper half of family room wall underneath the arch windows
idea for our garage space? winter solar collection? could do these high windows??
ideas for our garage space? could be a winter solar "collector" - could do high windows -
north-facing clerestory windows create a soaring, 20-ft. high space, filled with natural light. The house was completed in late 2006. The interior of the house is highly crafted with many custom-designed fabrications, including complex, laser-cut steel railings, hand-blown glass lighting, bronze sink stands
extensive clerestory windows to achieve natural lighting and cross ventilation, low VOC paints, linoleum flooring, 2x8 framing to achieve 42% higher insulation than conventional walls, cellulose insulation in lieu of fiberglass batts, radiant heating throughout the house, and natural stone exterior cladding
large open room. Feels good. Lots of windows.
Chr DAUER Architects
north-facing clerestory windows which illuminate the house’s public spaces. All work harmonizes with and expands upon Eichler’s original design intentions of openness and flexible function. Photography: Sharon Risedorph
And how good do clerestory windows look from the outside?
Door next to entry with surrounding windows. Thicker wood between glass. I would make the door red. Siding on the
placement of windows throughout the addition. But the design element that brought it all together was the large translucent wall (kalwall) in the main hallway. This unique material allows for diffused natural light to envelop the living spaces. It has the same insulative properties as a typical exterior wall
shed roof lighting and window level change is great
clerestory for garage? Serene building
Studio G+S Architects
Noe Valley 1
remodel. New clerestory windows above painted cabinets, walnut floors with ten foot ceilings.
sleek lines; windows above, glass cabinets
Pantry; clerestory windows
kitchen clerestory window
Erickson Zebroski Design Group, Inc.
aluminum windows. Some are fixed and some are operable, awning style. The doors we used are aluminum by Nana Door, the bifolding exterior type. We custom matched the color between the two companies for consistency.
Concrete walls, very cool. Warmed up by the wood, plus the amount of windows/green give the room life. This is very organic and love the amount of natural light!
transom windows on south side of house.
3/4 glass block shower wall, clerestory windows, vanity, wall mount faucets
High window in Master bath facing east
love the ceiling and the windows
Wrap around windows at the roof line. Lets in plenty light with privacy.