Movable Walls & the Inside/Outside Architectural Connection
Modern design strategies make it possible for high-quality home improvements to act as points of value for homes. For example, across the nation, the integration of home living and outdoor living is being utilized as a design element that adds value to homes and helps increase the use of the entire property space. In this indoor-outdoor blog post, we discuss how the architects of TAB Associates make merging the indoors and outdoors easy, with the use of movable walls.
Movable Walls: Not New but Still Valuable
Folding walls can be used to divide a large room, such as a spacious living area. A folding or moveable wall can also be used as an outer wall that leads to the outside, to create a larger living and entertainment area. A glass wall is a thing of beauty. It allows you to have an expanded view of the outside without losing the energy efficiency of your home. Here’s why.
At 8,150 feet above sea level, Vail Valley, Colorado, offers expansive views of nature. A Vail Valley architect can add a sunroom onto your home’s exterior. In addition, they can install a movable glass wall. During winter, the wall can be opened to create more space and to take advantage of the warmth provided by the sunroom (or the sun in general). On the other hand, in summer, when the weather gets warmer, the glass wall can be closed to insulate your living room. That is just one way that an architect like TAB Associates can help design the perfect mix of indoor and outdoor space.
Kitchen Expansion Made Simple
Another good example of how to use a movable wall to increase your home’s space is to place moveable glass walls in the kitchen. By building an outdoor kitchen, you can open the wall and expand your kitchen area for parties, holidays and other events. Such a wall allows you to take full advantage of all of your living space, even those spaces that are outdoors.
To explore how an architect can add value and help improve the space in your home, visit TAB Associates online.