We invite you to admire 8 Top Spaces Shaped By Natural Light that will inspire you to use glass in modern residences. Revealing the surroundings – whether of a forest, beach, or city skyline – floor-to-ceiling windows induce an outdoor feel and capture delicate or dynamic changes in weather while updating the interiors with a natural ambiance. The glass expanse often stretches not just vertically but horizontally, making it feel as though you are living alfresco.
- Jewelry designer Kara Ross and developer Stephen Ross’s New York apartment
These breathtaking city views unfold across the living room’s floor-to-ceiling windows, which are curtained in an Armani/Casa fabric. The 1940s French mahogany floor lamps are from L’Art de Vivre, the papier-mâché sculpture of birch tree trunks is by Kim Krans, and the carpet is by Edward Fields.
2. San Francisco residence designed by Ken Fulk
Known for his exuberant style, Ken Fulk furnished the space with a vintage de Sede sectional sofa and a pillow in a Ralph Lauren Home leopard print.
3. The luxury Trump Towers interior design was projected by the award-wining Chicago designer firm John Robert Wiltgen Design
The bespoke Intuition Dining Table by KOKET takes center stage in the dining room. With its unexpected matte white metal swirls is the statement piece in the dining room, paring perfectly with the floor to ceiling windows.
4. Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan’s Shelter Island, New York, home
Custom-made ceramic tiles distinguish a corner of the sunken living area.
5. Home designed by Eduarda Correa
This elegant home in Brazil impresses viewers with its use of wood and stone. Contrasting dark framed windows guiding the eyes towards the mountain range in the distance.
6. Mallorca Home
Dark frames on floor-to-ceiling windows in a pristine house like the Casa 115 by architect Miquel Lacomba make a powerful impact.
7. The Picot Residence above designed by Pepe Calderin Design
Mirroring in the floor-to-ceiling windows, the elegance of this space speaks about an applaudable approach to the design process with stunningly relaxing effects.
8. Home by Lake|Flato Architects
Expansive windows in a living area afford broad views of downtown Austin, Texas.
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