Glass House

This cool North Bay Residence is a beautiful modern residential design located in Washington State. Designed by Prentiss Architects, this house features natural environment and materials reflected to its beautiful rooftop garden, wooden kitchen space, natural stone wall and stone floor finishes, concrete fireplace and floor to ceiling glass window. This brilliant zen home design will gives its owner a peaceful living space.

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6 Responses to Glass House

  1. Laura says:

    This place is really pretty, but it’s not cushy enough. But it looks really peaceful, and I really like the idea of the grass/garden roof. I don’t know why they don’t build more places like that. Although, I could see it being a problem in places like MN, where you get a ton of snow – that gets heavy pretty quickly.

    • Joy says:

      I know what you mean. It looks kind of cold but I’d add stuff. I love the glass and I love that shower and view of the lake with the fireplace.

  2. Sue says:

    It’s really neat, but the windows at night would scare me! I don’t want anything looking at me!

  3. SKL says:

    I know, I really like windows, but I like privacy too! Love the idea of it being natural, but I’d like it even more if it were affordable.

  4. Nikki says:

    This is beautiful! Probably a little too modern for my own taste but I’d live there…you wouldn’t have to twist my arm! The view alone is worth it!

  5. Laura says:

    I don’t mind the windows, actually, except the “keeping them sparkling clean” part.

    Based on where the house is located, you wouldn’t have to worry about privacy. Nobody is around there. AND there are plenty of trees outside to provide cover, as well.

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