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A man has long been choosing the best materials for his home. We will also tell you about the most unusual glass houses.
Rock house. In fact, this forest lodge is just a concept design by Milan architect Carlo Santambrogio. In the photo we see not a real building, but a computer model. Such a glass house is part of a whole series, according to the author's intention, it will look great in a snowy area. The structure of the dwelling is modular, so that the owner can come up with his own configuration. The snow house is designed specifically for cold climates, the panels are thick to withstand heavy loads, including a thick layer of snow. Do not be afraid of the transparency of the walls, at the touch of a button they will turn into matte. Specific rooms can be isolated here with sliding curtains. The main "feature" of such a house is the ability to rise above a thin layer of water. This gives the owner the feeling that the house is floating above the surroundings. Such a dwelling is clearly not intended for dense urban development. The residence allows you to view the surroundings in 360 degrees; its very place is somewhere outside the city.
Glass cube by Leonardo. This glass pavilion is located in Bad Driburg, Germany. Designed by the designers from 3deluxe. The unusual house is intended for informal meetings and corporate events of the Glakoch Corporation. The internal area of the premises is 1200 square meters. There are also presentation areas, conference rooms, work areas. The pavilion was built in May 2007. The house has a six-meter frame and glass panels are supported by disc springs to reduce wind pressure. As a result of the original project, architecture, interior design, graphic and landscape designs were intertwined into a single aesthetic entity. The elements of the frame here smoothly flow into the paths, creating a unique maze. American technology was first applied on such a large scale. Interestingly, an unusual interior in white tones is hidden inside the cuboid body. It takes arbitrary curved shapes and all furniture is custom made. The lighting is predominantly natural, which is facilitated by the glass material and the interior layout.
Sliding house. The architects from dRMM have created a miracle - a sliding home design. At first glance, it looks like an ordinary wooden shed. The shape of the house does not imply any unique features. And only then it turns out that the wooden base is the storage place for the retractable glass structure. An unusual house is located in the English Suffolk, the project was completed in January 2009. The suburban complex actually consists of three parts - houses, garage and annexes. The frame of the glass part of the house is made of steel and wood. This is an open living room that allows you to leave the house to meet nature. The extension rides on wheels on special rails; an electric motor is installed in the house especially for this. The sliding house has become a new word in architecture, because it is a completely new look at working with space and light. Now, depending on the weather and season, as well as for aesthetic purposes, you can change the look and size of your home. Unsurprisingly, the project has received numerous awards and accolades around the world.
Lake house. Houses near the lake are popular in their own right, thanks to the beautiful views from the windows. In the Netherlands, the Watervilla Koortenhoef was built, which makes the view even better. Here, the panoramic view becomes better, since almost all walls from ceiling to floor are made of glass. In addition, there are a few centimeters to the water, which gives the feeling of being immersed in the lake from anywhere in the house. The modern design is represented by a staircase that leads to the rooftop terrace. An even more beautiful view will open from here. And the most interesting thing about the house is that the basement is located below the surface of the water. The submarine level is given over to the bathroom and bedroom. As a result, even in the glass house there was a place where you can hide from prying eyes - go under the water. Interestingly, glass panels are installed on the floor there, too, in order to observe the life of the lake in close-up. True, it is quite dark on this floor, and the underwater world in Holland is not as interesting as in the Caribbean. The general view of the house itself is quite simple. Although the creators tried to use a stylish avant-garde design, in some places the house looks like a trailer parked for relaxation.
Sustainable home. Despite the fact that glass seems to be a fragile material, this house is made to be especially resilient. The house called R128 was designed by the architect Werner Sobek. Housing for 4 apartments located in Stuttgart, Germany. The house has triple glazing, thanks to the installed filters, light illuminates all rooms. In addition, there are solar panels that allow you to illuminate the rooms at night. The amazing use of geothermal energy to heat a building and cool it down. This project is based on modular structures including wood floor and façade. This makes it possible to quickly assemble and dismantle the home. As a result, the house not only can be located anywhere, but is reusable and can be easily recycled. A bridge leads through the dining room and kitchen, total interior space of approximately 2,700 square feet. The furnishings in the house itself are minimalist but modern, and there are no interior walls at all.
House from war remnants. In 1945, American publisher John Entenza announced an experiment in his art and architecture magazine. As a result, the Case Study Program home was born, an American architectural landmark. The idea of the program was to build a home for post-war life, while using those industrial materials and modules left over from the Second World War. As a result, an unusual dwelling appeared in Southern California. Those were the days of creativity in American architecture, people were not afraid of experiments. In 1954, designer Buck Stahl and his wife Carlotta bought a plot of land for $ 13,500. Then it was an unsociable dangerous place, it was difficult to imagine that a house could appear here. However, Steel accepted the challenge. In 1957, the young architect Pierre Koenig joined the ambitious work. He was not afraid to suggest building a house of glass and steel. The entire construction took 13 months and cost $ 37,000. The house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a pool. The internal area is 2200 square meters. For 1959, architecture proved to be truly cutting edge. But the most important thing is the unique view of Los Angeles, opening from here, from the cliff. The amazing glass house turned out to be so remarkable that it was featured in several movies and TV shows. These are Why Fools Fall in Love, Corrina, Corrina, This Stupid Love. Today they bring tourists here with excursions.
House installation. This unique house with two balconies was created by the Egyptian Bassam El-Okeili. As if emphasizing the coolness of the evening, the house turns into an art installation at dusk. Soft light illuminates the glass surface. The balconies facing the glass are made in a fashionable asymmetrical shape. Inside the house, light colors reign, and the main part of the dwelling is taken out to the rear of the building.
Dune House. Dune House is located south of the picturesque village of Thorpeness, in Suffolk. It is an idyllic setting right by the sea, surrounded by dunes. From the living room you can go directly to the beach or enjoy the panoramic sea views right from the terrace. The upper floors are dedicated to bedrooms and a bathroom. One of the most famous Norwegian practice firms, Jarmund / Vigsnæs Architects, was invited to create such an example of "living" architecture. The firm made a name for itself with the construction of a series of experimental homes in Oslo. All orders for the construction of such dwellings in 2013 have already been accepted. The house can accommodate up to 9 people, inside there are five bedrooms at once. You can enter the house along a concrete path that runs among the dunes. Glazed doors lead to the first floor, from where a landscape overlooking the sea opens. There was a place for a dining table and chairs, large armchairs and a fireplace. A staircase leads to the second floor, each bedroom is equipped with a bathroom with a toilet, and there is also a terrace for relaxation.
House on the hill. This house seems to be playing hide and seek - trees, stones and foliage provide residents with complete privacy. The unique house is located 30 miles north of Sydney, near the ocean coast. The project, called Church Point, was developed by the architecture firm Utz Sanby. She describes her creation as a house among the trees, which can become a secluded and intimate place for residents. Concrete pillars act as a support; they support the house on the slope. The main colors of the interior are white and gray, which helps not to stand out in the whole foliage. Inside the house there are parquet floors and a wooden kitchen, perfectly in harmony with the environment.
Glass palace. It is interesting to just walk around this glass house. Moreover, this is a real palace, one of the five largest in Korea. In 1907, the greenhouses of the Changgyeonggung Botanical Garden were built from wood, iron and glass. The materials turned out to be advanced for the country at that time. The author of the project was the Japanese Hayato Fukuba, who is already working on the imperial garden in Tokyo. The work itself was carried out by French builders. Greenhouses preserve rare plant species, including tropical plants. This glass building has become a symbol of the Victorian era, the Industrial Revolution and the cultural might of the British Empire. In the palace, you can see the influence of Moorish design, which manifested itself in the shape of the windows. It is believed that the shape of the greenhouse was inspired by the creators of the water lily.