Glowing Architecture Captures Our Attention

Glowing Architecture Captures Our Attention

There is something special about spaces that are designed in a way to exude a warm, comfortable exterior. Glowing architecture has caught our attention for this exact reason. These spaces remind us of lanterns that light up dark nights. If you have been considering a new architectural project in Steamboat Springs, consider elements of glowing architecture to make it stand out. Take a look at a few ideas to help get you started:

Vertical Arts Photo from The Contemporist

We love how this home creates brightness among a bit of forestry. The clean lines and slated style of the windows allow the light to shine through, which makes this home seem as though it is a beacon in the darkness.

Vertical Arts Photo from Houzz

You do not need a lot of windows to create the glowing style. Consider a large expanse of windows on just one wall that faces the exterior to create the same sort of lantern style.

Vertical Arts Photo from Dezeen

Incorporate the glowing architecture style in a more unique way like this space. The original placement of the windows not only attracts interest but plays on this trend in a way that will stand out from the rest.

If you are feeling inspired for your own project, Vertical Arts can help. Contact us today for more information regarding all things interior design and architecture in Steamboat Springs.

Image Source:

1. http://www.contemporist.com/2010/07/26/the-marcus-beach-house-by-bark-architects/marcusbeach_260710_16/

2. http://www.houzz.com/photos/asian/start=48

3. http://www.dezeen.com/2012/02/04/house-in-nakameguro-by-yoritaka-hayashi-architects/

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