Glass House With 360 Degree View Of The Mountain

Boulder is a quiet city with 100 thousand inhabitants, the city can be reached 40 miles from Denver, United States. At the foot of Rocky Mountains, topography is an obstacle to development on slopes. Under these conditions Thomas Phifer architects, a brilliant student of Richard Meier has created stunning home, with minimal interference in the environment, and 360 degree view of the mountain. This is Glass House, built in steel and glass in a charming residential neighborhood at the foot of Green Mountain.

4000 square meters of land bordering conservation areas by road near the mountains. Continued privacy because the conservation of native vegetation. What happens in the house kept secret, even with the presence of floor-ceiling windows on all sides, providing natural light throughout the day. The incident is also used by the abundant sun solar system.

Whether 470 square meters divided into three floors, where many facilities are built, though the wall a little, the traditional sliding door has been replaced by glass. Downstairs there is a small gallery with a collection of art of its citizens obtain a ceiling height of 10 meters. The floor also contains offices, which stand Eames chair and Ptolemy lamps.

On the first floor, main room is divided into a comfortable living room and home theater. Top floor is a common area. Dining room uses retractable roof has been installed and table and Eames chairs. Kitchen alloying is a spectacle, with countertops and fully customizable. Built also wine storage space, this space has a capacity of more than a thousand bottles of wine.

Fireplace with two concepts serve the dining room and living room, and ensuring warmth to the second chamber. Staying at Arco floor lamp, Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. Behind the Tulip table and chairs, this house always offers a beautiful view to watch. Checking each room and discover amazing things in the glass house!


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