Architecture · March 20, 2021 0

The Whole Wall Is A Sliding Glass Door That Opens The Living Room To The Backyard

Architecture and interior design firm Assembledge+ has completed the remodel of a mid-century house in California, and as part of the update, they included an oversized sliding glass door.

The black-framed glass wall opens up the living room and connects it to the patio that surrounds the swimming pool.

A full-height wall-to-wall glass door with a black frame, opens up the living room of this modern house and connects it to the patio that surrounds the pool. #GlassWall #Architecture #SlidingWall #ModernHouse

The wall-to-wall full-height sliding glass door has tinted glass, and when opened, it’s held in place by an external frame that’s been built into the architecture of the home.

A full-height wall-to-wall glass door with a black frame, opens up the living room of this modern house and connects it to the patio that surrounds the pool. #GlassWall #Architecture #SlidingWall #ModernHouse

From the living room, the view of the swimming pool is uninterrupted as you can see that the entire wall disappears from view.

A full-height wall-to-wall glass door with a black frame, opens up the living room of this modern house and connects it to the patio that surrounds the pool. #GlassWall #Architecture #SlidingWall #ModernHouse
Photography by Paul Vu | Architect and Interiors: Assembledge+ | Design Team: David Thompson (Principal-in-Charge) and Mitchell Streichhirsch