Amazing glass houses for luxurious transparent living
Last time, we introduced to you a collection of amazing stone houses from around the world for Flintstones of the modern era. This time, we have beautiful glass houses. People who live inside the glass houses are always considered fortunate to have the best of the views both inside and out. Here we have a treat for your eyes – a pictorial of the modern and most amazing glass houses from different parts of the world.
• Glass house, Japan (Designed by Kiyonobu Nakagame & Associates)
• Leonardo-glass-cube (Build by 3deluxe)
• Modern glass house, London (Designed by Eldridge Smerin)
• Toilet shaped glass house, Korea (Designed by Sim Jae-duck)
TheToilet-Shaped House has a very unique design, and was built by Sim Jae-duck, president of the organizing committee of the first General Assembly of the World Association of toilet, and he hoped that his house will highlight toilet the need for better sanitation .. The Toilet-Shaped house is Haewoojae name, which in Korean means “a place of refuge where you can solve its problems.” Sim Jae duck open what is billed in the world as a single toilet home on November 11, to mark the launch of its World Toilet Association.
Steel, white concrete and glass house, with a symbolic opening in the roof, will be ready to receive visitors next month, said the World Toilet Association, in a statement. The house is a 419sq meters structure with two bedrooms, two bedrooms and other rooms, the two-story house includes three courses luxury toilets. Unlike the giant “toilet” in which they find themselves, they will not be see-through business. If you want to visit this house, you can go to Sim Jae duck Suweon native of the city, 40 miles south of Seoul.
• Philip Johnson’s Glass house (Designed by Philip Johnson)
When it opened to the public in April 2007, The Glass House became a major architectural pilgrimage site. In all, eleven structures stretch across the New Canaan, CT land, each one designed or modified by Philip Johnson between 1949 and 1995.
The furnishings inside the buildings have remained almost exactly as Johnson originally arranged them. Although Johnson “liked change,” says the site’s director of preservation, Marty Skrelunas, “he didn’t feel that it was necessary to change everything. The Glass House worked, so he kept it that way.” Take a sneak peek here.
• Glass house Sydney, Australia (Designed by Utz-Sansby)
• Daniel C. Robbins glass house
• Contemporary glass house, New York
• Remuera house Auckland, New Zealand (Designed by Hillery Priest Architecture)
• Glass wall home in the Hollywood Hills (Designed by architect John Lautner)
• Glass house, Changgyeonggung – Seoul, Korea
• Jodlowa House, Krakow (Designed by PCKO Architects in co-operation with MOFO Architects)
• Glass house in Johannesburg, South Africa (Designed by Nico Van Der Meulen Architects)
• Luxury glass house California, Losangeles (Designed by architects Ray Kappe)
• Glass house Mathew Mc Mullen
• Palm spring glass house
• Glass-and-Mirror Villa 1 House Design (Designed by Powerhouse Company )
• Glass house Designed by Tonic Design