Collection by Zachary Edelson

Unique Ways to Frame a View


For those of us who can't do a full panorama, there's nothing better than a perfectly-framed vista.

The walls of the original cabins are painted with black-pigmented oil to minimize reflections in the floor-to-ceiling...
Floor-to-ceiling glass walls give the residents the illusion of living outdoors.
The home also extends into outdoor panoramas, even—and especially—from the ground floor, where a westward-facing deck...
A Clement Meadmore Sling chair provides a favorite vantage point for sipping coffee while looking out at Hanging Rock.
The architect's penchant for natural Brazilian woods, particularly Peroba Mica, Ipe Tabacco, and Peroba de Campo, is on...
A south-facing wall of windows allows for spectacular views and maximizes passive solar heating.

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