Glass Loggia House

Posted on Mon, 6 Feb 2012 by midcenturyjo

An old unsympathetic lean-to veranda is torn down and a glass and steel loggia and extension are built to blur the line between inside and out, to provide light and to frame views of the sky. A whimsical stainless steel mesh double height curtain skims across the back of the house providing privacy and shade. A quirky magical place. A modern twist to a High Victorian style house in Sydney. The Glass Loggia House by Allen Jack + Cottier .

Cata says:

I´m not sure what for yet, but I desperately need that steel mesh curtain!!

AMR says:

Wow. So beautiful and tranquil.
I must ask as so many Australian places featured have expanses of open walls…are there few flying bugs there? Do all those giant bats take care of things? 🙂

Audrey says:

Je suis carrément jalouse!

Lori says:

Love the dramatic outdoor drapes…it looks like they traverse over to the outdoor living space…very innovative!

sue says:

The glass ceiling providing an entire other large outdoor space is genius.
The steel mesh is interesting allowing air but keeping out the sun.
Love the trees towering over the outdoor dining space and rising up to the glass ceiling.
The dog and cat seem to really be enjoying the outdoor spaces.

Formidable. Ce rideau wouahhh

eva says:

this blog makes me INCREDIBLY happy on each visit. There is more inspiration here than you can shake a stick at! whoa! thanks for all your hard work. (just had to say that….)

DC says:

WOW. Words cannot begin to describe how perfectly tranquil this looks. I want to live here.

steve mawson says:

dude, I want, no, I need that house to be mine

Chrystina says:

That curtain is incredible. Great pictures!!

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