How Minimal Window Frames Maximize Light, Views and Transparency

How Minimal Window Frames Maximize Light, Views and Transparency Reflection House / Mplus Architects. Image © Nikos Alexopoulos Photography Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/992679/how-minimal-window-frames-maximize-light-views-and-transparency Windows serve multiple essential functions in any project, from framing views to providing daylight and natural ventilation. As human needs have shifted and technology has advanced significantly … Read more

From Frameless to Pivot: 20 Types of Windows for Architectural Design

From Frameless to Pivot: 20 Types of Windows for Architectural Design Seabreeze House / RX Architects. Image © Richard Chivers Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/992118/from-frameless-to-pivot-20-types-of-windows-for-architectural-design When children first learn to draw a house, there are four basic components they illustrate: a wall, a pitched roof, a door and one or more … Read more

Using Colored Glass to Enhance Design: 20 Contemporary Examples

Using Colored Glass to Enhance Design: 20 Contemporary Examples Solar S. Roque Gallery / Manuel Maia Gomes. Image © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988245/using-colored-glass-to-enhance-design-20-contemporary-examples Used by artisans across the globe for thousands of years, colored glass is one of the oldest art forms. Its origins date back … Read more

Sliding Doors in Houses with Interior Courtyards

Sliding Doors in Houses with Interior Courtyards Sanctuary House / Tai Ikegami. Image Cortesia de Western Window Systems Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988706/sliding-doors-in-houses-with-interior-courtyards Interior courtyards can be found in various types of traditional architectures around the world, especially in warmer climates. They can be classified as introverted, safe, and even sacred … Read more

Balancing Energy-Efficiency and Aesthetics: Large-Scale Thermal Fenestration Systems

Balancing Energy-Efficiency and Aesthetics: Large-Scale Thermal Fenestration Systems Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984267/balancing-energy-efficiency-and-aesthetics-large-scale-thermal-fenestration-systems The total energy demand from buildings has risen in recent years. Driven by improved access in developing countries, greater ownership of energy-consuming devices and increasing urban densities, today it accounts for over one-third of global energy consumption and … Read more

glass house, michelin-starred ‘restaurant ÄNG’ stands out as a diamond prism in greenfield

glass house, Michelin-starred restaurant ÄNG Sitting as a solitary diamond in the fields of Ästad Vingård, one of Sweden’s largest vineyards, Restauran ÄNG stands out among the greenery as a diamond-shaped prism reflecting its surroundings, the sky, and the culinary experience that awaits inside. The partly underground Michelin-starred restaurant ushers in its guests through the … Read more

Enriching Architecture: Stained Glass | ArchDaily

Enriching Architecture: Stained Glass Abstract Stained Glass at Metro Station in Montreal. Image Courtesy of Moyogo / WikiCommons CC BY-SA 3.0 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984419/enriching-architecture-stained-glass Predominantly associated with places of worship, stained glass has been used by artisans across the globe for thousands of years in an array of art … Read more

Concrete, Wood, Steel and Glass: How to choose the material of a Staircase?

Concrete, Wood, Steel and Glass: How to choose the material of a Staircase? © Hufton+Crow, Stijn Poelstra, Dylan Perrenoud, Adrián Vásquez Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983066/concrete-wood-steel-and-glass-how-to-choose-the-material-of-a-staircase Most of us use stairways every day, but a few times do we stop to contemplate their design or put much thought into their function. … Read more