112 glazed Industrial Home Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
NW 13th Avenue Loft
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The kitchen has glazed brick tiles, honed marble counters, dark cabinets and walnut shelves. A series of blown glass pendant lights swag playfully over the sofa. Photos by Lincoln Barbour.
Bison Brick (Siena), Candied Brick (Ken Mason) or Glazed Thin Bricks (Fireclay)
glazed tile and mortor
Glazed brick tile...glazed brick tiles...glazed brick tiles
“kitchen idea” — Aaron Farmbrook
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Wood and Metal Screens
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with glazed wood walls and windows
Glaze it. Rather than make your walk-in closet and all its storage a semihidden space, integrate it with the bedroom by glazing its
Glaze it. Rather than make your walk-in closet and all its storage a semihidden space, integrate it with the bedroom by glazing its walls. This gorgeous closet is a wonderful feature in the corner of this room, its
Glaze it. Rather than make your walk-in closet and all its storage a semihidden space, integrate it with the bedroom by glazing its walls. This gorgeous closet is a wonderful feature in the corner of this room, its woodwork
Walk in closet with glass doors and glazed paint
Glaze it. Rather than make your walk-in closet and all its storage
“Deep navy blue color” — innapanrock
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David Robertson Design, LLC
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Capitol Hill Loft
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For any door glazing is required to be tempered or laminated for safety by code. From an efficiency standpoint, glass near conditioned space should always be insulated
insulated. Glass is, of course, more expensive than a solid door, but it preserves the visual indoor-outdoor connections even when the door is closed. Glazing will also affect the proportions of the panels, limiting their width and height. Again manufacturers offer simple design guidelines for this.
GlassFor any door glazing is required to be tempered or laminated for safety by code. From an efficiency standpoint, glass near conditioned space should always be insulated
insulated. Glass is, of course, more expensive than a solid door, but it preserves the visual indoor-outdoor connections even when the door is closed. Glazing will also affect the proportions of the panels, limiting their width and height. Again manufacturers offer simple design guidelines for this.
“Living room 02” — Christabel Bel
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E. Cobb Architects
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Open House
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Builders substituted a massive glazed aircraft door to provide near seamless connection to outdoors
architect opted to absorb what little space could be apportioned for an exterior deck to the interior, and in its place substituted a singular, massive, glazed aircraft door. The result: When the window is open, there’s a near seamless connection to the tree canopy and a larger indoor-outdoor “deck” than would
architect opted to absorb what little space could be apportioned for an exterior deck to the interior, and in its place substituted a singular, massive, glazed aircraft door. The result: When the window is open, there’s a near seamless connection to the tree canopy and a larger indoor-outdoor “deck” than would
“Window replacement for skylights” — Mark Blankenship
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Spencer and Alex
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This converted garage was formerly a wide open industrial space. Steel studs were used to frame out rooms, and polycarbonate glazing and plywood sheath the walls.
polycarbonate glazing walls
“simple” — phoqchris
Daly Genik
Valley Center House
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Contemporary. Here is a house that also has full-height glazing and some wood structure (beams, joist and decking), but I define it as contemporary because of the hybrid nature of the structure and the concrete hearth. (The firebox is on the other side, facing the living room.) If structure is exposed
“Style” — renebuob
K+ARchitects
Stair
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The stair structure was kept as thin as possible to maximise daylight penetration to the lower levels and via the glazed atrium walls. Photo: Peter Bennetts
Interesting interiors. In this warehouse conversion, glazed walls surround a freestanding steel and timber staircase. The translucency of the white panels allow natural light to filter through the atrium, which is punctuated with strong colour accents. These primary colours, white panels and black grid
“Side stringers? Wooden or concrete landing?” — packalen
carterwilliamson architects
Cowshed House
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it smart with window materialsTo keep a house warm in winter and cool in summer, insulation plays an important role. Opt for double or even triple glazing in colder climates and if budget allows. The material used is crucial, too – timber has superior thermal properties to aluminium. It will keep heat
“book shelf as fronting for staircase” — Shiyan Koh
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