Glass Houses From Design Star Challenge 7

This final Design Starchallenge, two identical glass rooms, was designed to showcase the abilities of our two remaining designers, David and Alice, to challenge them "think outside the box."

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionDavid's use of translucent vellum to cover the glass wall allows light to filter into the space, and continuously extends to the sheers, which soften the room, creating another barrier from the public realm.
The orthogonal lines of the glass box inspire David's headboard and bed design, which is big and bold, showcasing his confidence and an understanding that fewer but bigger statements in a small space can help a diminutive room feel larger and roomier.

His use of translucent vellum to cover the glass wall behind the headboard allows light to filter into the space while providing for privacy and continuously extends to the sheers, which soften the room, creating another barrier from the public realm.

David also smartly employs the entire volume, hanging the sheers from the ridge of the glass roof line and dramatically accenting the height.

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