9,595 Glass Lighting Hall Design Photos

Catalano Architects
4 Reviews
Stonehedge Farm
Ideabooks5,604
Questions6
Love the stained glass feature, where was that purchased?
where did you source the glass ceiling pieces from?
skylights - stained glass! (I know,
White painted hallway with stained glass sky lights
their duties by the storytelling in the detailed Gothic stained glass windows. Lancet windows with geometric patterns also became an alternative. This coffered ceiling really goes the extra mile. The stained glass maximizes the use of light in what could be just another hallway.
Fourteenth-century stained glass windows in some European cathedrals employed the Grisaille design. Grisaille windows are monochromatic panes of pale glass, with either brown or black outlines. The style often imitates sculpture and helps show off contrasting colors.Grisaille designs became popular since
“Sun window” — mookman222
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Master Bedroom Hall
Ideabooks1,440
Questions1
that's cool with the light in the floor
glass inset in floor with lighting feature
translucent glass: lighting that illuminates the floor and creates even more drama.
Love the glass walkway between the office and workout room. Love the stone
translucent glass is often favored. This bridge illustrates what can follow from using translucent glass: lighting that illuminates the floor and creates even more drama.
This bridge illustrates what can follow from using translucent glass: lighting that illuminates the floor and creates even more drama.
As soon as glass is chosen as a flooring material, the first question is, "What kind of glass?" Clear glass gives views that might not be desired, so translucent glass is often favored. This bridge illustrates what can follow from using translucent glass: lighting that illuminates the floor and creates
“Escaleras” — hurielcolunga
Karin Payson architecture + design
1 Review
Central Coast House and Library
Ideabooks4,103
Questions0
Love the glass roof. Continue it onto devk
Like this idea to extend hose and let light in
Extend the glass for hallway in front or back of the house
Natural light, windows, walkway
lighting, glass doors
Lots of day light ideas
glass lights and walls
see through glass cabinet
strip lights before glazed area
glass extension...top lighting...glass roof ext...Light into atrium...Glass roooof...roof glass...glass roof...Light in room...glass ceiling...glass doors...glass wall
“extension idea” — marzi71
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Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks925
Questions0
Glass wall lights study and stairwell
Plexy wall for increased light in bonus space.
wall of slightly opaque glass between stairwell and hallway
he reassigned its former place to the study. To lighten up both the study and the stairwell, he replaced a wall between them with slightly opaque glass.
he reassigned the space as a home office. To lighten up both the home office and the staircase, he replaced a wall between them with slightly opaque glass.
“Floor pattern” — sm1thkyl
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Residence - with SF Bay view
Ideabooks4,489
Questions2
Glass wall for a loft apartment
Glass wall in hall facing front courtyard
Walkway across main house to garage. Brick on right. Solid glass? Lights and flat above rather than glass roof?
opportunity to make that walkway an experience. A wall of windows will create a clear distinction between the spaces. I like the subtle choice of lighting, which works well with the serene materials and landscape.
“Mixed media.” — jillcnobles
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Duchess Mansion
Ideabooks2,657
Questions2
example of how to transform a historic architectural home into a very livable and modern aesthetic. The home was completely gutted and reworked. All lighting and furnishings were custom designed for the project by Garret Cord Werner. The interior architecture was also completed by our firm to create interesting
This chandelier was custom designed by our firm! We actually have our own lighting line that you can order through our showroom. If you go to our website, we have many examples of our other lighting products. This one, being custom for the space, is not currently on our website. Contact
with bulbs of light suspended from the ceiling
“Chandelier” — tgreenly
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
STONEWOOD, LLC - Private Residence - Orono, Minnesota
Ideabooks2,870
Questions3
Hello. We are photographers at Spacecrafting and we took the photos of this beautiful home. This is the entry way light....quite spectacular!!
love the lighting for the hall/landing
for Carol-light color on walls offsets
I like the glass lights..
Corridor and cordior lighting
love the glass mobile
hanging glass art...Hanging light...light fixture...lights foyer...Glass baubles...the light...light fix...hanging lights...stair lights...recessed light
“The floor boards go well with the wall colours.... Same wall colour than ours” — enavh
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
Ideabooks7,520
Questions5
Hi - does anyone know who makes this fixture. we are trying to find 2 that dont have the extra saucer type glass piect where the chaings connect - this one is perfect! thanks!
Thanks for your inquiry. These lights were purchased from an antique dealer. I would recommend taking a look at Circa Lighting and search 'Bell Jars' or 'Lanterns'. Also, the extra saucer piece that most lantern lights come with is usually removable, just check with the vend
vendor/manufacture to be sure before you purchase the lights. http://www.circalighting.com/search_results.aspx?q=bell%20jar
of woods and lighting in space
See lights and number of lights
“Front hall” — dbmommy
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