10 Biophilic Living Room Designs with Large Glazed Walls And Wood for Ceiling And Floor

Besides creating a spacious feeling, large glazed walls also can provide a large amount of natural light. For the ceiling and floor, wood is a recommended material to ensure rapid cooling and heating inside your home.

Below are 10 biophilic living room designs with large glazed walls and wood for ceiling and floor to inspire you.

1. Echo House by Aaron Neubert Architects

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Echo House by Aaron Neubert Architects has a stunning biophilic living room design with large glazed walls that can capture natural light outside. The jute rug and wooden furniture can create a warm atmosphere in this room.

Photography: Brian Thomas Jones, Alex Zarour

 

2. A Sustainable Cottage by Kelly Doran and Portico Timber Frames

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A biophilic living room design with large glazed walls and wood for the ceiling and floor can be seen in A Sustainable Cottage by Kelly Doran and Portico Timber Frames. This cottage offers beautiful outside views through the glazed walls while the wooden floor can create bring nature vibes to the room.

Photographer: Marcus Oleniuk

 

3. A Window on The Lake by YH2 Architecture

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A Window on The Lake by YH2 Architecture also has a biophilic living room design with large glazed walls and wood for the ceiling. The large glazed walls provide stunning views of a lake while the beams on the ceiling become the main highlight of the room.

Photographer: Francis Pelletier

 

4. North Whale House by Berg Design Architecture

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North Whale House by Berg Design Architecture uses wood as the main material to beautify its living room floor and ceiling. Large glazed walls are also designed for this room to provide awesome outside views and bring more natural lighting into the room.

Photography: Berg Design Architecture

 

5. Morris Cove by Blaze Makoid Architecture

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Morris Cove by Blaze Makoid Architecture has a simple biophilic living room design with large glazed walls and wood for the floor. Together with the fireplace, the wooden floor can create a warm atmosphere inside this room.

Photography: Blaze Makoid Architecture

 

6. Treetops House by Specht Architects

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Treetops House by Specht Architects offers a comfortable biophilic living room design dominated by wood. The furniture and floor are made of wood while the grey sofa is the focal point of the room. The natural lighting can enter this room through the glazed walls behind the sofa.

Photographer: Casey Dunn

 

7. Old Orchard by BMA Architects

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If you love a unique look, the biophilic living room design in Old Orchard by BMA Architects is perfect for you. With the awesome pool view through the glazed walls, different shapes and colors of furniture are added to create a unique and eye-catching look.

Photographer: JOSHUA MCHUGH

 

8. Residence the Grands Jardins by Bourgeois Lechasseur Architectes

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The biophilic living room design with large glazed walls and wood for the ceiling in Residence the Grands Jardins by Bourgeois Lechasseur is perfect for a contemporary home. The room is also completed with red sofas as the main highlight of the interior.

Photographer: Alexandre Guilbeault

 

9. Bayview by Sweet Sparkman Architects

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It is a clever idea to have large glazed walls in your living room when you live near a bay or beach. Bayview by Sweet Sparkman Architects offers a beautiful bay view through glazed walls in its living room.

Photographer: Ryan Gamma

 

10. 484 North Parkway in Golden Beach by SDH Studio Architecture + Design

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484 North Parkway in Golden Beach by SDH Studio Architecture + Design has a modern biophilic living room design with large glazed walls. Besides allowing natural light to enter the room, these glazed walls also offer stunning views outside.

Photography: SDH Studio Architecture + Design

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