The Annandale House by multidisciplinary architectural design practice, CO-AP has an amazing addition “resulting in a series of split levels and pocket courtyards”. I love the exterior halls with those killer walls of glass, I bet it makes one feel like they are out for a stroll in the park. The skylights that run along the ceiling portion really open up the space.
“Inverting normal conventions, opening windows are solid panels and walls are clear glass, providing a visual connection to the courtyards. Sun-controlled skylights along the southern edge of the house capture daylight throughout the year. The glazed gallery hallway beside the main courtyard captures the winter sun and becomes a radiant heat sink for the rest of the house.”