A folding glass wall and metal track enable the residents of this indoor-outdoor home in Ohio to slide their bed onto the terrace and sleep under the stars.
At a renovated terrace house in Sydney, an indoor courtyard ushers air and light into the bedroom. “You get a glimpse of both outdoor spaces when walking through the house,” says the architect.
At an energy-efficient home in Silicon Valley, the private master suite opens onto a fecund fern garden.
At architect and furniture designer Alejandro Sticotti's Buenos Aires home, giant sliding doors open onto a wraparound deck peppered with potted plants he collected on vacations in Europe and South America.
Providing structural support (and a place to hang laundry), aircraft cables crisscross the windows at this remote California prefab without noticeably impeding the bedroom's connection to the outdoors.