Skylights in the grass let light reach the garage beneath the house. Sleek architecture, with no ornamentation, gives the house a clean, modern look. Panes of glass surrounding the door make for an inviting entry.
Previously a printing house, the two-story building was transformed by PHX Architecture for the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS® by reorienting the entrance and creating a stunning glass-enclosed atrium.
Glass exterior walls open up, literally connecting this indoor living room to a modern and minimal outdoor living space. A sleek fire pit surrounded by a mix of seating allows the homeowners and their guests to fully enjoy the rugged natural landscape. Concrete floors continue from indoors to outdoors, harmonizing the spaces.
The breathtaking house has an intimate connection with all of its outdoor spaces. Oversized windows and soaring glass walls overlook the sleek pool patio, which features an infinity pool, elevated hot tub and integrated landscaping.
A beige color scheme accented by glass and recessed lighting brings elegance to this master bathroom. A large shower, shower bench and towel warmer make this a luxurious spot for the masters of the house.
The Wood House exemplifies a new concept and functional materials-driven design, featuring bold characteristics with local woods and glass walls. Each corner of the house is meticulously detailed, creating an ambiance of stylish living with a care for nature. The ample living room spaces glow with natural lighting provided by the craft-designed ceiling with glass windows that bring joy to the rooms.
To help with the look of the beach house theme in the Miller family's home, sea glass tile fills the walls of the new bathroom, along with a new modern sink and cabinet. As seen on HGTV's "Cousins On Call".
This simple glass bookshelf not only houses the homeowner's favorite books, but also showcases several sculpture pieces, such as a metallic owl and black book ends shaped like a hand. The addition of a plant adds a touch of greenery.
As seen on Home Town, the Burks residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the existing pantry doors were replaced with new doors with glass panels to fit the style of the house as well as open up the space even more. The lighting in the pantry adds to the decor of the room.
Grand double doors swing open and welcome visitors to this home. A matching set on the other side of the sitting room leads out to the patio and nearby pool. Open them all and a cool breeze constantly flows through the house.
Large expanses of glass are one key tool architects use to create a strong connection between a house and its surroundings. In this new house set on a vineyard, the team at Mihaly Slocombe strove to design a house that would “feel cozy when occupied only by our clients and their golden retriever, yet spacious during frequent visits from family and friends. The house also needed to establish a strong connection between indoor spaces and the natural environment.” To achieve these goals, the architects surrounded the living space with sliding and bifolding doors framed with western red cedar.
The Wood House exemplifies a new concept and functional materials-driven design, featuring bold characteristics with local woods and glass walls. Each corner of the house is meticulously detailed, creating an ambiance of stylish living with a care for nature.