A Protruding Window Casts Shadows Throughout The Day


The oversized black steel-clad window frame intentionally juts from the stone entry wall of this modern house, and with its design, it casts a variety of shadows throughout the day, depending on the sunlight or the light coming from within the house. #ProtrudingWindow #WindowDesign #ModernArchitecture #ModernHouse

When architecture firm Mojo Stumer designed a modern house in Long Island, New York, they included an eye-catching protruding window that’s immediately visible upon arrival.

The oversized black steel-clad window frame intentionally juts from the stone entry wall of this modern house, and with its design, it casts a variety of shadows throughout the day, depending on the sunlight or the light coming from within the house. #ProtrudingWindow #WindowDesign #ModernArchitecture #ModernHouse

The protruding window with its black frame contrasts the Mahogany wood and stone facade.

The oversized black steel-clad window frame intentionally juts from the stone entry wall of this modern house, and with its design, it casts a variety of shadows throughout the day, depending on the sunlight or the light coming from within the house. #ProtrudingWindow #WindowDesign #ModernArchitecture #ModernHouse

The oversized steel-clad window intentionally juts from the stone entry wall, casting a variety of shadows throughout the day, depending on the sunlight or the light coming from within the house.

The oversized black steel-clad window frame intentionally juts from the stone entry wall of this modern house, and with its design, it casts a variety of shadows throughout the day, depending on the sunlight or the light coming from within the house. #ProtrudingWindow #WindowDesign #ModernArchitecture #ModernHouse
Photography by Mark D. Stumer | Architect: Mojo Stumer (Mark Stumer, principal; Jessica Licalzi, interior designer; Mike Doyle, project manager) | Landscape Architect: Laguardia Design Group Landscape Architecture (Design), Landscape Architect: Stuart Senter Inc. | Contractor: Stuart Senter Inc. | Structural engineer: SDG Engineering