Elements from the kitchen canopy were repeated in these ten foot tall blackened steel and glass pocket doors, which separate the master bedroom from the main living space. "The glass here is also a frosted wire glass to give an interesting shadow and texture," Kim says. "When the doors are pushed into the wall pocket, the unit has full north and south exposures. In New York, we're always conscious of southern exposures in homes so we can maximize the light." Even when the doors are closed, light moves through from the master bedroom to the main living space.