The Stunning Glass Pavilion House in California

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Architect Steve Hermann shows a new way of being close to nature with the Glass Pavilion in California. This is a modern home that manages to seamlessly link the inside with the outside, thanks to its large, frameless windows.

Flaunting 14,000 square feet of living spaces and a beautifully landscaped surrounding area, this is truly a realm of modernity and relaxation. We’re sure many will find it a little too opened (did you notice the open shower?), but we just can’t deny its special charm.

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