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Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Cedar Park Residence 03
Ideabooks4,544
Questions4
Frosted glass sidelights. If your entryway could use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass.
itself and the cloudy window. The cloudy window is welcoming yet keeps the privacy unlike the see through window
Nice design. Frosted glass allows light, protects privacy.
above door is nice could show off chandelier to outside and still have privacy and natural light
Frosted glass sidelights. If your entryway could use just a touch of privacy, consider using frosted glass instead of traditional transparent glass.
“Guest exit to deck.” — tatercakes
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Family Loft
Ideabooks807
Questions1
to the living space while still allowing for both visual and acoustical privacy. Photos by Eric Roth. Construction by Ralph S. Osmond Company. Green
removed, and translucent folding doors were added (left side of picture). Privacy doors close and form wall
closed off the master bedroom with translucent folding doors that close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master
closed off the master bedroom with translucent folding doors that close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master
“walls” — evarnae
Thompson Studio Architects
5 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Residence 2
Ideabooks5,095
Questions3
Use arbour as a privacy screen from Swave's house
Path privacy...Privacy screen...Idea for privacy shade
“Partial pergola” — mjoaks
Banducci Associates Architects, Inc.
Hillside Bathroom
Ideabooks15,196
Questions7
creates some privacy between tub and shower
Shower wall. Matching wall on opposite wall to provide privacy for toilet?
Great idea for privacy and function...I like the privacy wall...Privacy wall
“like the blue tile” — mlhart
Avant Garden
4 Reviews
Novato contemporary garden
Ideabooks2,300
Questions5
2 umbrellas to create coziness and privacy
Great umbrellas for shade and privacy
privacy planting...deck privacy
“Patio” — Patricia Ardila
Bearmark Design & Landscape
3 Reviews
Coquitlam
Ideabooks832
Questions1
Glass privacy wall...planters to give privacy
“Fireplace” — marisabroome
DWYER DESIGN
Dwyer Design
Ideabooks3,995
Questions1
visual privacy though and again would leave doors open most of the time.
Frosted glass/plexi sliding door as optional privacy door for
wall. When open, half the room is exposed to living area. When closed, privacy for study as a bedroom.
furniture we can see that the room is an office, and the door allows for privacy with some light still coming from both sides (window and living room).
furniture we can see that the room is an office, and the door allows for privacy with some light still coming from both sides (window and living room).
“Glass sliding” — Norhakmawati Basnan
Moussafir Architectes
Maison Escalier
Ideabooks1,585
Questions1
Privacy screen...metal privacy screens...Wow! Lots of light and privacy...privacy element
“shutters” — zaag
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