Create a focal point. "For this living room
, we wanted a balance of solid walls as well as natural light," says Hugh Randolph of Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects. "Rather than use a series of evenly spaced windows, we looked at the walls as backdrops for large artworks and then grouped the windows together in floor-to-ceiling arrangements. This gave us a balance of solid/void and open/closed, as well as enough wall area to highlight the art as a focal point."The sculpture "works especially well on this wall," he says, "since it's along a circulation path that provides a variety of angles from which to view the work."