Glass House Additions - 1910 historic house renovation

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The Ansley Glass House additions by Atlanta-based architects Brian Bell and David Yocum of BLDGS is a spectacular renovation of a 1910-era home in a historic downtown neighborhood. A striking glass addition sets the tone for this contemporary house, which is cutting-edge, with traditional elements. The modern glass home plan includes a garage, a kitchen, family room, library, and a staircase which connects the home’s three levels. Topping of this modern architectural design is an enclosed roof top loft and open terrace with city skyline views. This amazing glass wall house features rich, dark finishes complemented by the natural light from the expansive windows. An unusual house plan puts split-level interiors spiraling around a central suspended staircase. BLDGS.

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Posted on September 1, 2009 6:03 PM

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