Here are 20 striking spaces that use skylights as a focal point on your fifth wall. Some of the top architects show how skylights are an ideal addition to any room. Bathrooms, kitchens, even hallways are complemented by these daylight inspired designs.
Architecture by Historical Concepts | Photography by Richard Leo Johnson
Architecture by CCS Architecture | Photography by Matthew Millman
Architecture by Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects LLC
Architecture by Huth Architects | Photography by Peter Vanderwarker
Architecture by Haver & Skolnick Architects | Photography by Robert Benson
Architecture by Marmol Radziner | Photography by Joe Fletcher
Architecture by CWB Architects | Photography by Francis Dzikowski
Architecture by Gibbons, Fortman & Associates | Photography by Rick Soluri
Architecture by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects | Photography by Matthew Carbone
Architecture by Wadia Associates | Interior Design by Rinfret Limited Interior Design & Decoration LLC
Architecture by Janson Goldstein | Photography by Scott Francis
Architecture by Austin Patterson Disston Architects | Photography by Jeff McNamara
Architecture by SUBU Design Architecture | Photography by Langis Manolo
Architecture by Morgante-Wilson
Architecture by Barnes Vance Architects, Inc. | Photography by Anice Hoachlander
Architecture by Hierarchy Architecture + Design | Photography by Brian Jordan
Architecture by Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects | Photography by Gordon Beall
Architecture by Messana O’Rorke
Architecture by Michael G Imber, Architects.
Architecture by Richard Manion Architecture, Inc. | Photography by Adele Cygelman
Curb Mounted Skylights
Curb mounted skylights are the most common skylight type. This design requires a box structure for the unit to ‘set’ on. Generally this box comprises 2x6, or larger construction lumber, set on end, and attached to the roof … Continue Reading ››
Our perception of color changes throughout the day.
So you're wanting to redo your living room and you're thinking of repainting it a soft off white, but should it be seashell (bluer), ivory (neutral), or cream (yellower)? Depending on the time of day, it could be all three.
As the earth rotates and the sun moves through … Continue Reading ››
What to do with false beams?
As the leader in skylight installations in our area, the chances are that regardless of a room’s layout, we’ve seen it before. A common surprise for many customers is the decorative nature of false beams. This room feature was a common construction technique of the 70s and 80s. Although they … Continue Reading ››