Mentone HouseContemporary House Exterior, Melbourne
This is a great photo of the exterior cladding and black framed windows of this cubist home. The floor to ceiling windows on the ground floor enjoy views to the pool on one side of the home and the tennis court on the other.
Sarah Wood Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Ribbon windows are set within the structural facade of the wall. They are generally at eye level rather than at the very top or bottom of the wall. Modernist architect Le Corbusier first recommended the use of ribbon windows in his 1920s manifesto Five Points of Architecture, as long strips of windows, he proposed, would illuminate spaces equally.