Glass plays a key role in modern architecture. It was the essential material in achieving one of David’s design objectives: bringing the outdoors in. Designing a home that is truly at one with its environment means creating a seamless transition between interior and exterior. An abundance of horizontal windows, most of them spanning from floor to ceiling, provide uninterrupted sightlines, and the sliding doors leading from the great room to the back porch create that necessary transition from indoor living space to outdoor oasis.
David wanted to create industrial-looking windows, which required the casing to be installed in a specific manner. A key characteristic of the windows is the ½” reveal between where the drywall stops and the casing begins. This refined detail reinforces the modern design.