Saturday, January 29, 2011

A skylight trick that works every time


It's a matter of hiding the skylight by extending it far past the hole and reducing the apparent ceiling virtually to the thickness of drywall.
This one is the T House by Barqueretta.

5 Comments:

Blogger Pete Hoge said...

is that pragmatic?

too many heavy birds on the
roof will be trouble.

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Tony said...

The 'glass' is actually highly domed acrylic, and I've done it with ease over 5 feet. This one is a bit extreme, and I even wonder if that's glazed at all, in fact. The main thing is simply to avoid seeing the edges of the skylight.
Besides, there are no heavy birds where I live, ones likely to alight on a skylight, anyway.

8:47 AM  
Anonymous Sell Timeshares said...

Wow!
What a nice house.
I love when I watching the sky.
It gives me peaceful.

Seattle Real Estate

7:23 PM  
Blogger Pete Hoge said...

I believe you.

8:57 PM  
Anonymous Sell WoW Accounts said...

WoW! amazing.=)

11:30 PM  

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