This is a beautiful photograph taken by William Waldron, showcasing the design of Muriel Brandolini for Elle Decor. While this is not a window wall created by us, it is a fabulous example of how a window wall call be a frame to the outside world.
Several years ago I came across a similar set up in South Jordan, Utah. The home was designed to showcase a large family/living area in the back of the house, ideal for empty-nesters who didn’t need all the bedrooms, but who entertained their children and grandchildren frequently. Their living area had many comfortable couches and a spacious kitchen. What I loved most was the enormous back wall window. This family lived directly behind the South Jordan Temple. Their window wall opened up to see the white edifice, almost like a gigantic picture frame.
While the easiest way to create a window wall is in the initial building phase of a home, the same effect can be created with some delicate planning and a great vision for opening up the natural wonders of the world into your home.