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1. A black-framed glass wall reaches the full height of this vaulted ceiling.

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2. A retractable window wall opens this living room up to the elements.

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3. Floor-to-ceiling windows create a treehouse-like feel in this Pennsylvania home.

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4. Wrap-around windows provide sweeping views of Aspen, Colorado in this luxe master bedroom.

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5. Double-height windows allow for ample natural light to flow into this modern Pennsylvania farmhouse.

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6. This recently renovated Sausaltio, California residence enjoys an unreal view of San Francisco Bay.

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7. Double-height ceilings and accordion-window doors draw fresh air into this São Paulo home.

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8. A series of ornate Juliet balconies makes this the quintessential Parisian apartment.

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9. This minimalist Swedish home proves that (energy efficient) glass walls can still work in cold climates.

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10. A glass-fronted cabin in the Laurentians region of Quebec is enveloped by towering trees.

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11. This eat-in kitchen opens onto an artfully landscaped central courtyard.

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12. A renovated (and extended) basement features a partial-glass ceiling and folding doors to maximize light.

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13. Organic decor and a plethora of plants gives this L.A. loft a greenhouse vibe.

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14. These asymmetrical windows frame a picture-perfect view of the California countryside.

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15. And finally, a retractable glass wall merges a walled-in garden with a contemporary living area in this Franca, Brazil residence.

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