Rooms with a View
View how these inspired spaces capture breathtaking views using Marvin Windows and Doors. Can you pick a favorite?
Casey Key Bay House
Perched atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this new residence adds a modern twist to the classic Shingle style. The commanding views dictated that nearly every room should take advantage of it.
Product featured: Ultimate Casement
Folly Farm is a contemporary expression of historic, additive farmhouse-style architecture.
Product featured: Swinging French Door
Golden View Residence
Perched above the landscape, the home stretches across the hillside like an extended treehouse. An interior atmosphere of natural lightness was introduced to the home. Surfaces throughout the structure share a common language of articulated cladding with walnut panels, stone and concrete. The result is a dissolved separation of the interior and exterior.
North Woods Lake Home
This project is a great accomplishment in that it successfully joins a program for generous everyday living to a beautiful site.The house successfully combines a traditional simple gable formed exterior with the goal of open plan living that is modern in sensibility and highly functional.
Conceived initially as a simple pool/guest house, this “modern barn” developed into a serene retreat that takes advantage of its dramatic riverside location. Low maintenance, high life-cycle materials like zinc-magnesium roofing, cedar siding, polished concrete heated flooring, aluminum-clad Marvin wood windows and high-efficiency mechanical systems were used to meet stringent energy and aesthetic requirements.
The two structures built within this new family compound are inspired by the rich history of New England seaside architecture. The concept of implied history gives the illusion that the structures have existed for decades.