Breathtaking Views to Ring in 2019
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Breathtaking Views to Ring in 2019

Whether it’s the San Francisco Bay or the wildlife in your backyard, framing beautiful views is one of the major benefits of big glass. Peruse some of our favorite recent examples of moving glass walls that open up an interior to even bigger vistas.
Unrivaled Mountain Views

Unrivaled Mountain Views

For his modern interpretation of a Western ranch home, architect Dale Gardon incorporated huge sliding glass doors as well as window walls to give this Scottsdale-area home’s residents an unobscured look at everything offered by the beautiful Arizona desert – not to mention copious amounts of natural light. “The natural metal finish of Western Window Systems products reflect the character of Western regional ranch architecture,” Gardon says.

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Bright Idea

Bright Idea

Few parts of the country are more picturesque than the San Francisco Bay area, so why not take full advantage of the amazing views? That’s what architect Robert Nebolon did with this home and its five(!) stories of stunning overlooks, made possible by tons of floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and big picture windows.

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West Texas Vistas

West Texas Vistas

Using huge moving walls of glass, Darci Hazelbaker and Dale Rush made the most of this home’s mountainside site overlooking El Paso, Texas, below it, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, in the distance. And just outside the master bedroom? National parkland filled with the flora and fauna of the Franklin Mountains. “Each room of the home has a direct connection to the adjacent outdoor living spaces and to the mountain landscape and valley views beyond,” says Rush.

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Red Rock Roost

Red Rock Roost

From this beautiful remodel perched on the side of Phoenix’s iconic Camelback Mountain, expansive multi-slide doors and massive window walls are used to give its residents unparalleled views of Tempe, downtown Phoenix, and even the planes taking off and arriving at Sky Harbor International Airport in the distance. And when there’s too much sun? Architect Cavin Costello designed a truly unique metal sunscreen to filter out the intense Arizona rays.

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