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This glass table is from Collectic Home in Austin, TX. www.collectichome.com/
Re curved glass table
Glass table. Living room.
Wood Staircase...curved glass table...curved staircase...white staircase...Glass hall table!!
Balance Associates Architects
Skylight and opaque glass floor sends light downstairs!
Windows for staircase
open tread staircase
glass stair...glass panel railing
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
CAN'T BEAT ALL GLASS ON THE WATER!!!!!!!
big deck with nice staircase. Also balconies above.
Love the staircase going down
Lots of glass...Glass galore
Board and Vellum
The tile is from Ann Sacks and is their 3x6 oxygen matte finish glass tile
Could we do the bar under the staircase like this?
Like the color scheme and open shelves for liquor although might want glass doors on cabinets instead
Pelletier eliminated a closet at the top of the stairs and opened up the staircase, making it much more pleasurable to go downstairs.
Des Ewing Residential Architects
Restored Country Home Broken Up By a Series of Linked Volume
double glass door
building with new glass addition
glass door...glass house...outdoor staircase...stone staircase...glass roof...exterior staircase
London Mews House
For marina glass and wooden handrail
glass railing on stairs
glass star treatment
multi level staircase
...can you provide some info on those door on the left? I'm assuming these are custom-made; if so, can you tell me about the glass used?
http://www.fluxglass.ca/glass-art-residential/ A local company in Edmonton, AB, Canada that we love collaborating with is Flux Glass. (See link to projects above.)
good one. modify glass to make squares
Nice large glasses doors between rooms
front door with upper glass and side panel
Rockies, the residence with attached hangar is designed to reflect the convergence of earth and sky. Stone, masonry and wood living spaces rise to a glass and aluminum hanger structure that is linked by a linear monolithic wall. The spatial orientations of the primary spaces mirror the aeronautical layout
materials in an open and warm environment. Defining the orientation of the house, the striking monolithic masonry wall with the steel framework and all-glass atrium bisect the hangar and the living quarters and allow natural light to flood the open living spaces. Sited around an open courtyard with a reflecting
bamboo floor and ceilings, travertine tile, stained wood doors, windows and trim ground the home into its environment, while two-sided fireplaces, large glass doors and windows open the house to the spectacular western views. Designed with high-tech and sustainable features, this home received a LEED silver