At this home, move seamlessly from outdoors in courtesy of the stunning steel window and door panel that bisects a continuous stone wall. A gorgeous chandelier creates the illusion of falling stars lighting up the foyer.
Malator, an earth-sheltered house in Wales, UK with a view of the coast; designed by architects Future Systems - neat idea to have an underground house, and this version allows for windows in the living space
We've all wanted to live in a hobbit dwelling, with those beautiful round doors leading into a grassy hill. Now a Swiss family has recreated the Shire. They've built an underground house in the Vals region, packed with hobbit style.
A pair of glass panels, weighing almost four tonnes and spanning two storeys in height, pivot out towards the garden of this renovated Antwerp home. The twin panels – described by Belgian studio Sculp IT as "the world's largest pivoting window" – form.
WANT THIS DREAM HOUSE! in the Hollywood Hills by John Lautner. It combines innovative space ideas with modern organic architecture of wood and glass, polished concrete floors and a minimalist interior, giving the house a tranquil spa-like feel.
Architect Adam Knibb has added a timber-clad extension to a house in Hampshire, which is connected to the former barn building by a frameless glass box. I like the frameless glass connection and light.