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20 Homes with Inspiring use of Glass

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Floor-to-ceiling windows? Yes, please. Flip through our gallery of gorgeous glass houses in which windows become walls.

Reddy swapped out the spiral iron staircase for a modern wood one protected by glass walls.
Walker left the site in its natural state, but added grasses along the path to the entrance.
Thanks to clever engineering by Sand Studios, seven-year-old Macy can operate the 2,000-pound door.
The front exterior entryway features expansive windows and door by Quantum, which lead into the dining and living area...
The dramatic staircase in architect Dom Dimster’s Southern California home is made from T- and L-profile steel, shelf...
Reclaimed pine purlins cast shadows onto the interior.
The back, however, is a different story.
The plan of the house revolves around a rocky outcropping lush with life that acts as the home’s central atrium.
The two wings of the addition are connected by a central “void space.” The glass walls visually draw the garden and...
The Parisian flat that American-born architect Michael Herrman shares with his wife, Cécile, and their 2-year-old...
Glass House, Santambrogiomilano,...
One major directive was to “honor the tree,” referring to a particular 85-year-old cottonwood on the property.
With his son, William, watching, architect Noah Walker tries out the floor-to-ceiling Schüco glass doors he integrated...
Van Beek’s extra space is home to her office.
The Floating Farmhouse’s semitransparent addition has a roofline that matches the pitch of the original 1820s farmhouse.
“Creating efficient space is valuable, but for us, rooms that offer visual and spatial continuity with nature are also...
The living room features stunning views of the city, a Bend sofa and Phoenix coffee tables, both by Patricia Urquiola...
For the seating area, the couple selected a Charles sofa by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia in addition to CH07 Shell...
A Nelson sofa sits on a handmade Persian Mahi rug in the living room.
Mex sofas by Cassina and Fat Fat-Lady Fat tables from B&B Italia are grouped in the living room.
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