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Ten residing rooms that use floor-to-ceiling glazing to convey the outside in


In our newest lookbook, we highlight 10 houses with residing rooms enclosed by floor-to-ceiling glazing and window partitions that create seamless connections to their pure environment.

The usage of massive panes of glass on the outside of a dwelling is a well-liked pattern in residential structure as it’s an efficient technique to make residing areas really feel greater and brighter.

One other main advantage of utilizing expanses of glazing and floor-to-ceiling home windows is maximising outward views, which can assist join occupants to the outside and, in flip, increase wellbeing.

That is the most recent in our lookbook collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing assertion skylights, welcoming terraces and residing rooms with sculptural furnishings.


Window wall at The Watchman Cabin
Picture is by Miranda Kimberlin

The Watchman Cabin, USA, by Imbue Design

Sweeping views of the Utah desert are loved via the window wall of this front room in The Watchman Cabin, a distant house created by Imbue Design for a nature-loving shopper.

The inside is completed with a restrained gray palette, serving to to retain give attention to the colors of the dramatic vista past.

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Lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Bilgola Beach
Picture is by Rory Gardiner

Bilgola Seashore Home, Australia, by Olson Kundig

Structure studio Olson Kundig used floor-to-ceiling glazing and sliding doorways to offer the residing areas of this home with contemporary air and sightlines over Sydney’s Bilgola Seashore.

Exterior, the glazed areas incorporate retractable louvres, permitting the dwelling to be sealed off from the beachfront in inclement climate.

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Lounge with views over Scottish Highlands
Picture is by David Barbour

Nedd, UK, by Mary Arnold-Forster Architects

Mary Arnold-Forster Architects designed two floor-to-ceiling home windows for the lounge of Nedd, a home constructed from cross-laminated timber within the Scottish Highlands.

In accordance with the studio’s founder, the objective was to “keep away from a wall of glass” however to border the expansive undulating panorama that surrounds the rocky website.

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Floor-to-ceiling windows of Whidbey Island Farm
Picture is by Kevin Scott

Whidbey Island Farm, USA, by MW Works

Views of woodland via floor-to-ceiling home windows animate the pared-back residing areas of Whidbey Island Farm, a rustic retreat within the Pacific Northwest by MW Works.

The house is split into three volumes which are positioned throughout the gently sloping website, offering every room with distinctive viewpoints of the encompassing panorama.

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Open living room of Calders House by Narch
Picture is by Adrià Goula

Calders Home, Spain, by Narch

Glazed panels slide vast open to create seamless hyperlinks between the lounge and the park on the doorstep of this concrete household house in Spain.

In accordance with the studio, these massive parts of glazing are supposed to make the residence really feel “extra like exterior backyard than inside, an area during which furnishings and crops are positioned immediately beneath the blue sky”.

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High Desert Retreat lounge with window walls
Picture is courtesy of Aidlin Darling Design

Excessive Desert Retreat, USA, by Aidlin Darling Design

Excessive Desert Retreat’s front room has floor-to-ceiling home windows that Aidlin Darling Design included to rejoice the house’s elevated vantage in California’s Palm Desert.

Some parts of glazing additionally open up the room to the skin, main all the way down to a swimming pool that runs nearly your complete size of the home.

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Living room of Summerhouse H by Johan Sundberg
Picture is by Markus Linderoth

Sommarhus H, Sweden, by Johan Sundberg

Large panes of glass have been utilized by Johan Sundberg to interrupt up the easy exterior of Sommarhus H, a Swedish home lined with larch battens.

On one facet of the lounge, the glazing is opened to create a hyperlink to a decked space exterior. Minimal furnishings and finishes retain give attention to views in direction of the Baltic sea.

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Sliding doors to Villa Aa terrace
Picture is by Ivar Kaal

Villa Aa, Norway, by CF Møller Architects

This window wall varieties the principle facade of the Villa Aa dwelling that CF Møller Architects sunk into the bottom on a Norwegian farm.

In the lounge, the doorways present entry to a big terrace that’s constructed from concrete to match the interior flooring and “blur the boundaries between inside and out of doors”.

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Living room with floor-to-ceiling windows
Picture is by Alex Shoots Buildings

Terrace With a Home by the Lake, Poland, by UGO

Large home windows within the lounge of this Polish vacation house disrupt the in any other case clean exterior, which structure studio UGO clad in corrugated steel.

The lounge is completed with supplies chosen to replicate the colors and textures of the adjoining terrace and adjoining woodland, establishing a connection to the skin.

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Living room of Pavilion House by Norm Architects
Picture is by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

Pavilion Home, UK, by Norm Architects

Pavilion Home is a vacation house in rural Suffolk that has nearly completely glazed partitions, together with these in its pared-back front room.

In accordance with its designer, Norm Architects, that is to acknowledge “that the big-ticket merchandise within the setting is certainly the countryside” and guarantee views of it all through the dwelling.

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That is the most recent in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks showcasing assertion skylights, welcoming terraces and residing rooms with sculptural furnishings.

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