Thinking of converting an alfresco into a patio room by enclosing the two open sides of the alfresco with glass. This is what the alfresco currently looks like: <img src="http://s3d1.turboimagehost.com/t1/17595198_DSC_0005.JPG"> <img src="http://s3d1.turboimagehost.com/t1/17595199_DSC_0006.JPG"> <img src="http://s3d1.turboimagehost.com/t1/17595200_DSC_0007.JPG"> The "room" will be used as a part time bedroom and for storage. May consider putting sliding door on either glass wall for circulation. Also will put blinds on either glass wall to shade the room when necessary. Question is, will this room be warmer than a normal brick-walled room because two walls are made of glass? In other words, will a glass enclosure be warmer than a brick enclosure. Assume I am in a warm climate where summer temperatures are between 25-40 degrees C and winter temperatues are between 10-20 degrees C. Thanks for any input and reasoning.