The main living space is constructed of immense I-profiles, allowing for a full wall of glass with four large sliding doors that open to the backyard.
Chalkboard-fronted cabinets provide an ideal surface for scrawling shopping lists.
In keeping with the house's spirit, its master bath calls for a sense of adventure.
In the bedroom wing, sunlight shines down from the Plexiglass bubbles. Steel in the cutaways reflects the light.
A Jutland, Denmark, house designed by Mette Nygaard and Morten Schmidt of the architecture firm Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen features a minimalist bathroom that's naturally lit with Plexiglass skylights. Read the whole story here.
With a brood of energetic kids, the advantage of so much outdoor space is clear.