11 pyramid skylight Stories
My Houzz: Family Efforts Pay Off for a 1915 Home
Everyone from the kids to the grandparents helped renovate this Montreal house — and the results show how much they care
My Houzz: Wild Triangular House in Boulder
My Houzz: Light and Serenity Fill an 1890 Home
Remodeling enhances a Jerusalem home’s architecture while bringing in more sunlight and a peaceful vibe
"to see skylights or skylight tubes used. Such an underutilized way of bring natural... glass pyramid works with the Louvre! Well done!!! I am not a lover of the modern... to have skylights on the first floor - but the second story no doubt could benefit... installs skylights as part of it's Smart Light Series. http://www.smartenergytoday..."
Houzz Call: Have a Beautiful Small Bathroom? We Want to See It!
Corner sinks, floating vanities and tiny shelves — show us how you’ve made the most of a compact bathroom
Materials Workshop: Polycarbonate — a Low-Cost Alternative to Glass
Looking for something lighter, stronger and less expensive than glass? Multiwall polycarbonate may be a good option
"like skylights or canopies? Do you know a range of how often the best quality material... create a pyramid shape. This is approximately 5' sq x 4'5 triangles. I know there are... can't get skylight guys to touch it under 15000, and they want to use metal frames, which... privacySkylightsClerestories — daylightingWalls — interior and exterior, daylightingRoofs... aluminum skylight frames.Before the panels are installed in the frame, the fluted ends..."
Love the One You're With: Honoring a Home's Original Charm
How to Avoid Paying Too Much for a House
Clever Ways to Rethink the Linen Closet
The Hardworking Home: Get rid of those toppling piles with these ideas for organizing bedding, towels and more
Design Surprises Amaze in an Eye-Popping Manhattan Penthouse
Mathematics meets fun in a most unusual 7,000-square-foot space topping a landmark New York City building
"and the pyramid at the top many times wondering what it looked like inside, but nothing... and a skylight hints at the complexities that await. A left turn, a few steps up... to the pyramidal space that is tucked into one corner of the hip roof. About halfway... space, the pyramid atop the living room. The attic is separated from the lower levels..."
Off the Grid: Ready to Pull the Plug on City Power?
What to consider if you want to stop relying on public utilities — or just have a more energy-efficient home
Clues to Your Home's Architectural History