Have a house with a limited area and seem cramped? Houses with a narrow area can also be made comfortable by maximizing the number of openings. The number of openings in the house can be increased by making a glass house design. Besides making the room feel fresher, greenhouses can also reduce air pollution, make it cooler, and make it look wider.
Greenhouses can also help residents enjoy the natural atmosphere outside the home more fully, you know. To add privacy, you only need to add curtains or other glass coverings as needed. Interested in making a house dominated by glass? Check out some of the inspiration below.
1. Greenhouse with a Large Facade
Want to give your home a modern look? Design the façade of your home with stunning large mirrors. The sparkling glass that looks striking from the front of the house will emphasize the transparent impression of the house. If you want the privacy of all occupants of the house to be more awake, using additional curtains or blinds on the glass can be an alternative choice. In addition to providing privacy, providing the right curtains can also make the appearance of the facade look more stylish and luxurious, you know.
2. Greenhouse on the Beach
One of the advantages of building a greenhouse is that you can more freely enjoy the view from outside the house. One example of a greenhouse with an impressive view is La Boyita Holiday designed by Martin Gomes Arquitectos studio located in Uruguay. This greenhouse with a contemporary design sits on the waterfront and is made using concrete, iron, glass and wood.
The main building of this house which consists of a living room, dining room and kitchen is directly facing the best view, which is facing the swimming pool and beach. The beautiful view from the outside that can be enjoyed directly from inside the house also adds to the charm of this greenhouse.
3. Greenhouse Facing the Garden
If you are still unsure about applying glass to the front or the whole house, you can install glass at the back of the house that faces directly into the garden area like this one example. Not only can you enjoy the view of the green garden from inside the house, the air in the house will feel fresher because you can see the many trees. You can also add a terrace in the wide section as a place to enjoy fresh air in the morning or evening.
4. Greenhouse as a Vacation Spot
Want to make a vacation home away from the city center? This super luxurious glass house designed by SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects) can be your inspiration. The designer's goal was to create a greenhouse that maximizes the view of the surroundings as the main feature and also as a place to escape from the hectic daily activities. Made with a minimalist design, this house combines wood materials with glass, stone textures and is also equipped with various sculptural works of art.
The house which consists of four floors has an open living room with stunning views of the beach. In addition, there is also a garden around the living room and dining room with glass walls. There is also an area equipped with a swimming pool overlooking the open sea. All of these amazing views can be obtained thanks to the presence of glass that covers most of the building.
5. Greenhouse on a Cliff
This greenhouse design will definitely amaze anyone who sees it. Most of these greenhouses are nearly two meters below ground level, but some are above ground parallel to the beach and sea. In addition, this greenhouse also has a cantilever design that protrudes towards the sea like a floating object. This house designed by Hassel Studio Architects stands on the waterfront of Victoria, Australia.
Which greenhouse design caught your eye the most? Must be confused right in choosing it? You can also, you know, set up a greenhouse according to your wishes by taking one of the inspirations from the house above. Are you ready to make your dream home come true?