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Little windows, big improvements.

Little windows, big improvements Little windows can brighten tight spaces, let in light without losing privacy, or fragment views into a mosaic of images. Here four California houses take various tacks. Santa Monica architect Scott Carde used 6-inch-square windows to create a serene honeycomb of light (left).

In Sacramento, architect Larry Gabriel gave Teresa and Bob Androvich's bathroom a whimsical play of light by extending small panes across a wall and door.

In Culver City, architect Eric Moss punched a 12-inch square of window through a kitchen cabinet.

In Manhattan Beach, architect Dan Mello lit a corner with a glass slot.
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