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Metal Frame House With Floor-to-Ceiling Panoramic Windows ~ 3 Techniques for dynamic space

A frame house made of metal with panoramic windows to the floor is an opportunity to create a literally completely open space that merges with the surroundings. The cottage is light and transparent. It is practically without walls due to the absence of massive supporting structures – there are enough support pillars. But it is important for residents to have a high level of privacy at the same time.

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Rob Kennon Architects has come up with several exclusive solutions to make the space dynamic. You can fully open it, whirl in nature or create coziness and localize the living space from the outside world.

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Let’s look at 3 tricks that provide such opportunities.

Full-height shutters

A frame house made of metal with panoramic windows to the floor has received functional sliding shutters. They can be almost completely removed, ensuring an open space. The house offers panoramic views of the picturesque landscapes.

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Due to the perforated structure, closed shutters only partially hide the living space. Sunlight enters through them, landscapes are seen.

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This does not turn the space into a closed box, but it is enough to achieve a high level of privacy.

Removable panoramic glazing

If you want to get even closer to nature and literally plunge into it right at home, panoramic glazing can be removed to the floor. This combines the living area with the terrace, giving you direct access to fresh air from here.

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To keep only visual contact with nature, the windows can be closed. Since they are provided along the entire height of the building, you do not lose sight even partially.

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Such glazing turns an actually open area into a full-fledged and comfortable, ultra-modern housing.

Corner glazing as a way to immerse yourself in the world around you

The maximum effect of view panoramic glazing in a metal frame house is created due to corner windows. The visual edge is practically erased – being in their bedroom or living room, residents seem to be in a park among exotic trees, shrubs, green meadows, and the ocean is visible in the distance.

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Architecture is in the background here, and the emphasis is on nature – the house does not draw attention to itself.

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A fashionable and maximally open frame house made of metal with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows will suit connoisseurs of integration into the natural environment. The cottage is so dynamic that you can create a private space in it and immediately turn it into a comfortable area under a canopy completely merged with nature.

ArchitectsRob Kennon Architects
PhotoDerek Swalwell