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Show-Stealing Skylights in Modern Homes
Skylights needn't be simple overhead daylighting; sometimes they can truly define a room.
The two twelve-by-sixteen-foot bedrooms, directly above a comparable pair on the first floor, feature a glass transom...
Keisha Martin and her cousin, Mickeda, chat underneath the house’s crowning glory, the oculus, which allows light to...
Circular “sun disks” cut into the slanted roof create light shafts that move throughout the day, casting angular...
In the living room, a double-height window and a skylight work together to frame a view of the Victorian Gothic church...
An ingenious floor treatment—slats laid over the ceiling beams—enables the skylight to do double duty, pouring sunlight...
The industrial aesthetic of the Segals’ lounge area is softened by a white shag rug and the generous sunlight that...
Thin skylights running atop the full length of the staircase illuminate the trip up the side of the house.
An angular brushed-stainless-steel sink and a painted plywood vanity in the third floor’s master bathroom are custom.
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