Family LoftContemporary Nursery, Boston

The nursery playfully incorporates framed interior windows which ‘borrow’ light from the main living space.
Photos by Eric Roth.
Construction by Ralph S. Osmond Company.
Green architecture by ZeroEnergy Design.

This is an example of a mid-sized contemporary gender-neutral nursery in Boston with white walls, carpet and beige floor. —  Houzz
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ericreinholdt
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to How to Borrow Light for Dark Areas of Your House16 Feb 2015

Interior windowsWhether they’re clear or frosted, there are plenty of functional incentives to borrow light using interior windows. The ones here bring in light from the adjacent living area while preserving the nursery’s acoustical privacy.

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kdussan
kdussan added this to Bäder8 Sep 2019

Licht vom Schlafzimmer oder Flur ins Bad leiten

andrew_morgan83
Andrew Morgan added this to Internal Windows30 Jan 2019

Set in Box framer on one side and maybe flush with shadow gap on the other?

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