This is a tiny glass cabin by 2by4-architects.
It’s a 215 square foot prefab design with large glass walls.
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215 Sq. Ft. Tiny Glass Cabin
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This is the Design of those who have much to say in terms of Ideas
and genius. Praise to Merit Creative. I Like It
Maybe they’ll have much to say also on how freaking cold it is with all that glass and no coverings (aka curtains). Even that hanging fireplace isn’t going to compensate for “all” the heat loss.
Also, very sterile looking as well. Not for me, if I want that sterile look I’ll wait until they put me on a slab. Oh, but then I won’t know will I?
Less is so much more❗️?
This home is gorgeous! If built in the middle of nowhere it would offer the ultimate in serenity. For privacy I would make flowing linen drapes that could be pulled together.
What matters is the form in architecture combined with the technical executive you can not split the two things ( Art and Functionality).
Then on the way they resolve the various problems that arise….
But what is appreciated is always the visual impact
Perhaps in this ” space age”, you accept a flying fireplace.
He who lives in a glass house should never throw stones…! But it is a very interesting glass house…!
Well…it’s a lovely design [possibly practical for a potting shed on a large lot with home. Conveniently located over that stagnant water–
you would be eaten alive by hoards of insects [and frequently visited
by rats & snakes].
This is a lovely design especially for the view, but where is the bedroom?
I need way more privacy than this affords.