3,885 back lit glass Exterior Design Photos

Lapis Design Partners
Abe Residence
Ideabooks266
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Street view towards the front door. The entry door is recessed into the covered entry to provide privacy. Back lit glass blocks accent the entry while a planter with orchids helps to create a welcoming street presence. Hal Lum
Abe Residence http://www.lapishawaii.comStreet view towards the front door. The entry door is recessed into the covered entry to provide privacy. Back lit glass blocks accent the entry while a planter with orchids helps to create a welcoming street presence. Hal Lum
Love the built-in planter, also like the glass blocks for light + privacy.
“All” — gustavo_tna
Harriet Forde Design Ltd
Private Residential - London W2 area
Ideabooks3,141
Questions0
your exterior should be lit as effectively as the inside of your house. Wall washers are a good lighting tool for your patio, as well as your kitchen, while spotlights flush-fitted into a run of steps ensure safe footing at night.
quite like these steps down with glass wall looking down into sunken garden
Glass jewel boxesThree glittering glass boxes add a futuristic feel to this west London home. The stacked structures really come into their own at night when lit from within, and bring urban sophistication to a traditional terraced home.
10. Glass jewel boxesThree glittering glass boxes add a futuristic
stacked structures really come into their own at night when lit from within, and bring urban sophistication to a traditional terraced home.
“Light land” — Mohamed Shahin
Jacki Mallick Designs, LLC.
2 Reviews
Palm Beach Bungalow
Ideabooks1,653
Questions2
Where did you find the beach glass in bulk?
We actually sell the beach glass in bulk. It comes in a variety of colors and sizes. Please feel free to contact us via e mail, jackimallickdesigns@gmail.co or call us directly at 561-676-7837. Thank you.
The palms and how they're lit.
lighting on the porch, would like our front and back porch to feel this way when the lights
front of a house. Small tweaks can also make a big difference — replace traditional mulch with beach glass, add a pair of potted palms to the porch or flank the walkway with cool sculptures
outdoor curtains brings a sense of drama to the front of a house. Small tweaks can also make a big difference — replace traditional mulch with beach glass, add a pair of potted palms to the porch or flank the walkway with cool sculptures.
“Lighting” — James Cann
Fairfax County Hot Tubs, Fire Pit and Outdoor Furniture Specialists
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Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks1,575
Questions4
glass railing
lit line in the middle
Lit sw...corners lit...Lit entry walk...Lit pavement.
“love the light in the sidewalk” — csipitts
Paul Welschmeyer ARCHITECTS & energy consultants
2 Reviews
Second Street Green
Ideabooks1,852
Questions0
Use of glass, wood, and raised foundation.
glass front/ ceiling planks extend outside
back view of compact smart
Love the back lit stairs.
Concrete retainer & lit steps
Back Lit Deck Steps
“Modern+” — befoogii
JLF & Associates, Inc.
Snake River Residence
Ideabooks9,292
Questions2
I love lve lit space between the home
connecting breezeway...black frame, heated floors, glass all around
Garage at back..? This one is roofed w glass
Love glass...bring the outdoors in!
Breezeway with glass roof.
glass area incorporated
Adjoining glass room
Stonework, wood, glass
Stone, glass and garden(s)....
materials for glass causway
glass breezeway...Love the glass...Glass area...all glass hallway...Glass section...Glass passage...Glass structure
“Breezeway” — ztun
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Glass house on the pond
Ideabooks1,342
Questions0
Like the glass!! And the lighting!!
maximize those lagoon views while ensuring the structure could withstand hurricanes and earthquakes drove the home's design. The extensive use of glass on the back side of the home captures these views while the front is a bit more traditional in design. In fact, according to Rose, the client insisted on
reveals just how open and how much glass there is.
1. Kiawah Island, South CarolinaThis home takes full advantage of its lagoon views and resembles a lantern when lit up at night.
The roof structure stretches out to provide shelter and shade to the glass wall and interior from the South Carolina
the glass wall and interior from the South Carolina sun. And there's certainly a hint of mid-century modern in the way these wood roof structures slope and fly out into space.Privacy wasn't a concern, as there are no neighbors on the far side of the lagoon and to the sides. So using as much glass and
“Sloped ceiling” — serge12345
kevin akey - azd architects - michigan
11 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks6,037
Questions11
? no but there are glass floors in the house
Is that a glass slide in the back of the house ?
Back door -- and then the pot lights under
Love the way the texture of the palm tree bark is up lit.
The way the house is lit up with all pot lights is very dramatic and the way the palm trees are lit up with flood lights is very dramatic.
Really nice lines and super use of lights in ceiling and lit path, columns
“Second view” — Sandra Coser
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