En Facades World we like the challenges, that's why today's delivery we take it that way and we share a modern Victorian house in which the use of glass for the walls. Don't miss out on this new trip and join us in every nook and cranny of this beautiful construction… here we go!
Crystal for the walls in a Victorian house
The crystal is a very light construction material, within its broad advantages is to reduce the burden of construction that we carry out. Another is to offer unobstructed views, which makes the interiors look extremely large. However, when it is used on the outside of a house, it helps to bring this outside part into the interior as today on our website we will show you.
This Victorian house It is located in Australia and it is a fully sunlit construction. Connected to the outside with glass walls and an excellent combination of materials. In the part facing the street, we will find that the original appearance and style of the construction continued to be respected. For the exterior design we will see how a long pool and some very beautiful Japanese gardens were implemented.
La interior decoration In addition to the glass combines stone, wood and plywood. As well as a palette of warm colors that is actually the traditional for the mid-century modern style. We are with a sunken style lounge as on some occasion we have already shared them on our website, which thanks to the glass walls is connected to the outdoor dining, the garden and the pool.
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