Brilliant Examples of Indoor-Outdoor Homes
From cities to the countryside, the best modern design lets in a little (or a lot of) nature.
“The client wished to more that double the size of the house,” Gurney said.
“There is a lot of glass so you can enjoy the view and the outdoor lifestyle even inside,” Henrik explains.
The 57-foot panoramic window was inspired by traditional "Engawa" houses in Japan.
A cement-tile floor carves a path through the dining room as it runs the length of the apartment, blurring the boundary...
The glass wall separating the main living area and the inner courtyard garden opens like an accordion to create a...
“Segovia is a very central region, but an underdeveloped one,” de la Quadra-Salcedo says.
The ground floor of the home is both the clients' and architects’ favorite part of the home.
McKenzie composes at his dining table, which, like many furnishings in the house, came from a secondhand store.