The shutter system creates a stunning interplay of light in the front patio space. At night, the shutters glow in the streetlight, "creating the sense of a magical Japanese tea house,” according to resident Melissa Brillhart. Courtesy of Stefani Fachini.
Small guest house out back. - An Architect’s Own Tropical Refuge In Miami - Brillhart Architecture have designed and built a home for themselves in Miami, Florida, that includes 100 feet of uninterrupted glass.
The simplest way to make a small deck stand out? Keeping it simple with navy paint and bold wood elements. The picnic table and cushion-laden benches transform this backyard into a little urban sanctuary.