Photo Story Contest Highlights Indoor/Outdoor Design
Set on Lake Washington near Seattle, this project was redesigned by architect Gelotte Hommas to let in as much of the view and the natural light as possible.
The walls allowed the spaces to be opened up to the exterior spaces, converting them into one free-flowing space.
Designed by ZeroEnergy Design, this loft in Boston’s South End needed to accommodate an expanding family within an urban setting.
A solid wall separating the master bedroom from the double-height living space was replaced with NanaWall to open the bedroom to the living space.
The previously dark space now has increased natural lighting, while allowing for both visual and acoustical privacy when desired.
Contractor Juan Diego Perez faced the challenge of transporting the wall configuration across the Mexican border and onto the Baja California peninsula.