Collection by Luke Hopping

Shining Examples of Clerestory Windows


These clever clerestories usher natural light from above and bathe their rooms in sunlight.

A floor-to-ceiling window frames the dining area.
The back, however, is a different story.
The kitchen, framed by Loewen windows, features walnut butcher block countertops, custom made by Dovetail, a Hansgrohe...
In the house’s front room Monkman relaxes on a stool from local retailer Andrew Richard Designs.
For this project, the husband loved ultra-modern design, while the wife leaned towards a more traditional aesthetic.
Ciavarra used floor-to-ceiling glass for the master bedroom, which leads onto a deck.
Light is invited into the home through the 75-foot wall of windows in the main living area.
This airy addition on the back of a historic house in Boise is a model of sensitive renovation, seamlessly melding new...
Designed by architects Rick Shean and Christopher Simmonds, a project in Quebec, Canada, was a winner of the 2014...
A system of clerestory windows, positioned underneath a cantilevered roof, strategically filters natural light through...
The owners requested that the kitchen act as the center of the home so it was built at the rear of the property.
Light cascades into the living room through a row of six insulated timber windows on the south wall.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the main living space overlook Lake Union.
Spencer Greene and his daughter, Anya, go for a dip in their Palo Alto, California, home.
A crucial aspect you’ll learn about throughout the process is the energy efficiency that will come with your new...
The Clark family residence in Raleigh, North Carolina, was designed around the Series 600 multi-slide window walls from...
McMinn, an architect, helps Soren construct a TinkerToy tower.
This was my room, Unit 2. It's the only one with the bed pushed up against the window, set on a unique cantilevered bed...
The kitchen features a sink from Kohler, a faucet by Brizo, and a cooktop from Wolf. The tiles are by Everstone.

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