The architects of these houses beneath know the ability of this skylight in exploiting the sun and flooding a room with dazzling all-natural light. Strategically put, these magnificent architectural components bring the beauty of the outside indoors while supplying natural light throughout your house.
1 | Architect: dRMMVia: Sliding House
When it comes skylights, who will forget the radical falling house?
2 | Visualizer: Triple D
This house from architect George Nijland reveals how skylights may be utilized to provide natural lighting in longer distances with hardly any windows.
3 | Architect: Artenid
Together with the greatest utilization of natural lighting in your mind, designers Artenid made this modern home with a wall of windows crossing the living area along with a grid of skylights crossing the width of this space. White marble has been used through the room to rebound light deeper into the property’s interior.
4 | Visualizer: Iskander Khodzhaev
A gorgeous courtyard full of climbing vines, brilliant-hued plants along with varying colors of greenery has been brought to life with a skylight and accompanying plate glass windows. The pure layout elements inside the area meld organically with all the backyard and outdoors outside.
5 | Visualizer: Alpha Idea
6 | Visualizer: Chenchow Little Architects
7 | Architect: Chenchow Little Architects
8 | Architect: Ibarrarosano Design Architects
9 | Architect: John Maniscalco Architecture
10 | Via: Business Insider
A four-bedroom penthouse in TriBeCa boasts ceilings of skylights extending the entire width and length of this open concept room. Because of this, natural light floods the area bouncing throughout the space.
11 | Architect: John Maniscalco Architecture
Architect John Maniscalo made this modern home around the greatest utilization of pure light. Using its retracting walls of windows and large open skylight, this dwelling room looks as though it’s floating in the trees.
12| Architect: John Maniscalco Architecture
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