A Place Combining Glass and "Darkness": the Ansley Park Glass House in Atlanta

A Place Combining Glass and “Darkness”: the Ansley Park Glass House in Atlanta

Who doesn’t love the idea of large windows, sometimes so wide that they they become the house’s walls? This is the main thing we liked about this place, but as we discovered it, many interesting elements surfaced. The Ansley Park Glass House belongs to architects  Brian Bell and David Yocum and is located in a historic neighborhood in Atlanta. The project consisted in a renovation of a 1910’s house which the architecture company turned into a contemporary, comfortable living space. Due to the dark colors, the house gives away a mysterious feeling that is only softened by the presence of the large windows, allowing the visitor to glimpse inside. Interiors as, as expected, very spacious. However, the wooden furniture and the color palette strengthen the idea of a “dark”‘, enigmatic residence-via SwipeLife

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  • Gail Helmer February 3, 2010 at 03:59 AMLogin to Reply →

    It is LOVE at first sight!!!!!

    *sigh* excuse me while I stare!


  • Michael February 3, 2010 at 12:22 PMLogin to Reply →

    Gail, what do you like the most at this house ? It must be something that made you say that is love at first sight.

  • lisung bandung February 3, 2010 at 12:25 PMLogin to Reply →

    Great one
    i love this site