2,540 channel glass Hall Design Photos

Meditch Murphey Architects
1 Review
Trees on the Roof
Staircase glass roof send light throughout the house. Staircase skylight
perforated metal staircase. The ceiling at the top of the house is covered in glass to give the vine enough sunlight to grow and bringing natural light down
perforated metal staircase. The ceiling at the top of the house is covered in glass to give the vine enough sunlight to grow and bringing natural light down
“Staircase glass roof send light throughout the house. Staircase skylight” — dendar
18 Reviews
Turn of the Century Remodel
The glass at the end of the way is great
glass shelves as dividers...Glass cabinet...glass hall
“lights” — fajatta1
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Interior shots
Did you use an aluminium U channel? Thanks, great work.
Drywall channeling at ceiling in the living room, dining room, transition room, great room
master bedroom, master hallway to bath, and master bath. Haroon - "YES TO CHANNELING WOULD WE PAINT IT?"
Again the channeling...
“reveal” — Fowler Studio
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Siemasko + Verbridge
15 Reviews
"local glass company" that made the glass globes?
Can you tell me the name of the "local glass company" that you mentioned in
you put the back trim on first (after painting it) as a stop and then put glass in and then enclose with the front trim? Thanks!!!!
making the bottle bottom stained glass window? IT IS GORGEOUS!!!
Glad you like the glass globes, the prove to be a popular
error and working with the contractor, but you have the right idea. The glass transom was framed in the trim on site. It's actually set a little back from
Love the stained glass above the doorways
Stained-glass transom windows can also be modern and creative. Choose colours and shapes
did the glass transom come from?...Where did the glass transom come from?
“Door panel” — Julie Cook
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
21 Reviews
Bridge lighting
This was a custom lens over an LED light channel. Totally possible. If you can get enough light bouncing around, this type of lighting can work without
between windows and large panes of clear glass).
glass corridor...Glass breezeway....glass and floor lighting...Bridge glass sides...Glass walk...Glassed in Walkway...Glass bridge over a pool...glass hallway...glass hall connector!...connection walkway glass
“Double view” — Jordan Hoss
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
makes cleaning more efficient. Whether it's a wall or a bookshelf, or a glass facade, dirt or dust will accumulate over time. Odd question though, are
By a crew of how many ?) Just mopping all the floors and cleaning all the glass surfaces would take hours, it seems. Not to mention detail scrubbing. Thanks
with vertical glass fins, 2 pane argon filled, aluminum channels top and bottom, structural silicone on sides
fireplace to the kitchen beyond accentuates the widescreen view through the all-glass exterior walls. The house's low profile echoes the horizontal line of the
“Thin and window wall” — tygett
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown Phase II
Skylights channeled into door...The curtain channel...glass view...glass wall
“Light fittings” — Smiley Ni
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
Is the glass wall, a curtain wall system with glass fins? If so, who is the manufacturer? And is the glass made of 2 or 3
System (glass wall) On the TVS system, we have an aluminum channel set flush at the floor and ceiling, otherwise all connections are sealed glass units
structural glass fins set to the interior
Thank you very much for taking the time to answer. By the way, what does TVS stand for? And which glass manufacturer
manufacturer did you use for this particular glass wall?
Moving wall, Glass wall with glass struts
glassed in walkway from parking circle to walk to kitchen/great room. Would it be
Another one of the clients' requirements (in addition to the all-glass exterior) was absolutely no drywall. Solid partitions between rooms are therefore
“f1-7” — apartment 1
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