I love all the crystal-clear surfaces in this room; the table and chairs play off the open view to the sky, and the mirror makes it all look even larger. It's kind of the emperor's new furniture; the room has a lot of fun with illusions.
This is the vertigo-inducing example; it's thrilling to stand on that transparent floor and look to the story below.
The clear balcony pieces replace railings here in order to give an unobstructed view to the lovely landscape below.
I call these Peeping Tom bathrooms. It's wonderful to have a view like this from the bath, I just hope that glass is treated for some privacy!
The glass bridge here is stunning from above and below.
This glass ceiling helps blur the lines between inside and out...
...and this front door and window set up does the same thing. The indoor entryway takes becomes more like an indoor coutyard because of the clear walls and doors.
Clear coffee and side tables help make a room seem bigger.
French doors help open up the space of both of these rooms, while providing seperation.
Here's a rectangular version.
I love the tile pattern and colors in this bathroom, and the shower water barrier does not interrupt it.
Again, using a clear surface in lieu of a railing keeps the space as open as possible.
The glass topped table used here, paired with the white seating, makes a small eating nook appear a lot more open.