Small Glass Farmhouse in Pacific Northwest
Do you need a place to live a comfortable and unique? If so then this is your chance to become owners. Glass Farmhouse by Olson Kundig Architects designed to attract the attention of anyone who sees what is not, this house does have its own charm. What can you see first is a building standing tall and surrounded by beautiful scenery. The first impression that they bring a very interesting and very unique so we can see the side of the house has a strong character. With the right combination of wood and glass make the house inviting smile for the guests who come to this house. With an area of land that can be felt in every room you can see it certainly is a big house and you can be happy doing whatever you want.
Glass Farmhouse by Olson Kundig Architects Located in Northeast Oregon, this small house is understood as a contemporary glass box that floats above the surrounding wheat fields. Design houses and timber-frame barn that came with the local vernacular response to barns and farm houses in the Pacific Northwest while responding to clients a deep interest in Philip Johnson’s Glass House design. Privacy is assured and abundant natural light was created as an open tread staircase is fully by glass rear lights dim. Louvered glass has been used around the home to control ventilation with natural breezes. Completed internal and external palette of natural wood and stone create an atmosphere of tropical cohesive, modern and comfortable