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The simple use of sunlight can transform our homes from the dynamic static and expected, and unexpected. Anyone who has visited a building in the vicinity of water, acquainted with the charming effect by shimmering sunlight reflecting on the walls and ceilings inside.

Architects use a variety of ways to engage our senses. A clear glass draws our attention somewhere beyond the surface: a hill in the distance or a courageous painting inside. Change the material and our interest can remain focused on the surface itself. Change the lighting conditions and our attention is focused on the material.

By sunscreen blinds and movable screens, on the use of transparent materials such as glass and translucent Onyx, these architects show us how sunlight use is to create surprisingly dynamic effects.

Maison de verre, Paris, Pierre Chareau, Bernard Bijvoet and Louis Dalbet

This House is a masterpiece of modernism, which is built in Paris in 1928. The outer shape is defined by translucent glass block walls inside a steel construction. Selected areas for clear glass units were given for transparency. Spotlight on the outer walls set the building inside light at night.

The positioning of the light sources in the Interior and the different properties of the glass blocks add to the Ethereal shine

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2. Beverly skyline, Austin, Texas, Bercy Chen Studio

This is a modern interpretation of Maison de Verre, recycled glass blocks used as insulating fillings between the steel construction. The positioning of the light sources in the Interior and the different properties of the glass blocks add to the Ethereal glow.

The Blair barn is covered with a translucent glass fibre reinforced composite sandwich panel

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3. Blair barn, Santa Ynez, California, Studio Carver

The Blair is barn with a translucent glass fibre reinforced composite sandwich panel clad Kalwall called. At night, she exudes a mysterious soft glow.

Due to the structural and insulating properties of Kalwall, it can be used for walls, roofs, or, as in this case for large sliding doors.

Due to the structural and insulating properties of Kalwall, it can be used for walls, roofs

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4. House on Penobscot Bay, Maine, Elliot Elliot + architecture

Channel glass, which has experienced a resurgence in recent years, isolated like polycarbonate or Kalwall. Channel glass can also from the floor up to the ceiling rooms span and act as insulation.

Channel glass can also from the floor up to the ceiling rooms span and act as insulation

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5. Red Hook townhouse, Brooklyn, New York, Kimoy Studios

This ground is subdivided with opaque glazing on the lower level and clear glass on the upper level to wall to ceiling glass, to see the trees and the sky. Passersby on the road cast soft shadows on the glass inside.

This ground is subdivided with opaque glazing on the lower level and clear glass on the upper level to wall to ceiling glazed

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6 Gillon residence, Maryland Shinberg Levinas architectural design

Here, the architects chose an Opal screen. Shadows slatted frame by the ribbed wooden screen, dynamics of the trees out there.

Here, the architects chose an Opal screen

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7 Maison, Escalier, France, Moussafir architectes

Here, another example of a perforated metal screen. It has the appearance of a delicate veil of night. The screen works again out of sight during the day.

Here is another example of a perforated metal screen

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8th East Village brownstone, New York City, Bill Peterson

In this building in New York, a perforated sheet metal, a certain amount of natural light and privacy from the street may directly allow screen. The perforations reflect the masonry foundations of brown stone outside of the building.

In this building in New York, a perforated sheet allows a certain degree of natural light and privacy from the street immediately screen

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9 Hamptons Beach House, New York, Aamodt / lot architects

Swirling floral pattern on this glazing enough from floor-to-ceiling offer privacy as well as dynamic patterns on the walls and floors. It takes the traditional version of autumn leaf privacy glass to a high art form!

Swirling floral pattern on this glazing enough from floor-to-ceiling offer privacy as well as dynamic patterns on the walls and floors

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10 live/work/home, Syracuse, New York, Cook + Fox architects

Points of light look through the perforated steel metal screen of this live-work building. Large doors to work, if the business is open.

Points of light look through the perforated steel metal screen

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11 Sunset cabin, Ontario, Canada, Taylor Smyth architects

Sunlight through the closely-spaced wooden slatted frame screen is outside this room in a warm, diffuse light bathed.

Sunlight through the closely-spaced wooden slatted frame screen

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12 Curved House, Springfield, Missouri, Hardy projects

A slatted screen surrounds the pool and allows diffuse views of the countryside beyond. Similar slatted wood screens are also provided of privacy inside the House.

A slatted screen surrounds the pool and allows diffuse views of the landscape,

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13th Villa Vista, Weligama, Sri Lanka, Shigeru ban

Giant movable screens provide shade in this open space. Mini blinds inside the screens at slightly different levels are a step further, combined to create a complex tapestry of light and shadow.

Giant movable screens provide shade in this open space

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14. River Hill residence, Shinberg Levinas architectural design

The architects place a floating screen for the cultivation of the vine in front of this residence, so that the surface of the House now is the garden itself.

Lichtspiele houses plants the architects place a floating screen for the cultivation of the vine in front of this residence

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