4,080 back lit glass Exterior Design Photos

HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Yeung Residence
Ideabooks1,533
Questions2
mid century modern home w/glass wall accents
integration of glass types and transparent square shapes. Mixture of materials is interesting
exterior, the glass-block wall of this modern structure reinforces the strong horizontal and vertical planes.
Entrance zonesTransparent glass bricks accent
Glass bricks...glass blocks...glass block...Glass bricks up the top?...Glass block and door...Limestone and glass block...glass block around door...glass block
“beautiful entry” — Amanda Kasten-Lee
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
3 Reviews
orcas12
Ideabooks5,386
Questions4
glass windows and doors cement floor on patio
Glass and roof...Glass doors, earthy look...site & glass...Back of house idea...windows on back of house...Lots of glass across back...The Glass...overall back...glass doors...glass wall
“concrete planter” — Bernice Allinson
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
12 Reviews
Carpinteria Foothills Residence
Ideabooks3,669
Questions1
Nicely lit image. Star filters, too.
The big aria of glass...ceiling glass...Stone and glass wall...Stone, glass, floor/foundation...floor to ceiling glass....Corner glass...Glass country house...lines and glass...glass house...glass wall
“Colinas” — Bernardo Miranda
Mark Collett Design and Build
1 Review
Andrea & John's kitchen
Ideabooks206
Questions0
colours Wenge timber framing and detailing Back lit translucent lime ice corian panel Back lit screen printed glass doors OTHER Bench Handpainted tulipwood
I like how this opens up to the back yard
printed glass doors...sliding glass door
“Steel beams” — ely_crouch
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Exterior
Ideabooks12,055
Questions4
glass back of house, second floor
Modern house with lots of glass
large deck with lit stairs...Back of house...Glass decor...So much glass...glass walls
“seems appropriate” — dstrum
Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
Transparent Link
Ideabooks2,263
Questions0
we want to join the pod at the back
necessary to create private suites in addition to the communal spaces. A glass-enclosed walkway connects these two parts of the project.
glass hallway...glass walkway...Beautiful glass walkway....Glass walkway preserves views...Glass connector...Glass walk through...Some examples for glass entry...glass walkways connecting buildings...Glass corridors...the glass walkway...glass walls
“Contemporary walkway” — martsie
Reverse Architecture
5 Reviews
Sudbury Residence
Ideabooks1,953
Questions0
which inserts a new steel and glass volume between the existing house and carport. The new volume is taller in the back in order to create a more expansive
otherwise compressed horizontality of the ranch house. The large expanse of glass looks out onto a private yard and frames the domestic activities of the kitchen
adding a glass cube to the back of the house with high ceiling- Dan and I both like this
Like the front window, the back window projects from
front window, the back window projects from the house, cantilevered a foot or two above the ground. But unlike on the the front, all the glass here is clear
front window, the back window projects from the house, cantilevered a foot or two above the ground. But unlike on the the front, all the glass here is clear
Large Glass Panel open suburban box
“Popout” — trueblue74
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks5,654
Questions5
North side (Back) of house look
two level stepped back boulder retaining wall
Back of the house and patio...nice when lit up...Back of House - Lighting...windows--lots of glass
“love window trim” — angelareynolds
My new kitchen....I need backsplash ideas,
I have contemporary taupe flat door cabinets, stainless steel appliances, taupe beige porcelain floors, off white textured wallpaper and coffee colored...
ideas for this niche
I'm at a loss for what to hang in this big niche in our entry hall. Obviously I could hang a large picture there, but I am interested in hearing some other...
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