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448 cut glass Beach Style Exterior Design Photos
Siemasko + Verbridge
diamond cut glass
The stained glass...window glass
Stinson Beach House
Steel, glass, open, prairie influence.
Windows with glass door.
Corrugated metal against glass.
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
Peace of the Rock
love the shutters - sailboats cut into them - I would antique them....
front door with side glass. Would not do a screen/storm however.
Sunset Cliff- Burlington, VT
What are the overall dimensions of the room with the glass wall?
I love the backyard view of the house with the Marvin windows. We are also installing Marvin windows and I was wondering the overall dimensions of the glass wall and also the dimensions of the windows. I was also wondering
cut it to 2 story make hip dormer windows all across
An option to having rear sliding glass doors
Mason & Wales Architects
Taieri Mouth Bach
oh yes! the two story glass wall
Lots of glass in a nature area
Siding and roof and glass wall
Glass gable...Glass view...Glass windows...The glass window...glass front...Glass edge...glass wall...Glass ended house...glass wall
Moffart Beach Whale House
Custom made laser cut screen of whales playing in the ocean which the house over looks
laser cut metal screen
laser cut screen
aamodt / plumb architects
Hamptons Beach House
metal screen A custom water jet cut aluminum screen system, mounted outside of full height glazing provides sun shading, privacy and hurricane protection.
Breakers Beach House
at nightfall. Notable are the numerous passive solar design elements: careful attention to overhangs and shading devices at South- and West-facing glass to control heat gain, and passive ventilation via high windows in the tower elements, all are significant contributors to the structure’s energy efficiency
many people, but given the right design, planning and house orientation, it should be possible to live without the need for mechanical cooling by: •Cutting down on direct sunlight in warm months •Drawing warm air out of the interior •Tightening the envelope to keep heat from infiltrating •Designing spaces
Amazing second floor. Possibly have a more open window first? Also love the curved stairs. Thoughts with elevated walk way with vegetation, possible glass walkout onto vegetation in a few areas.