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Glass Houses

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Glass homes represent the intersection between the outdoor and the indoor—the public and the private. The results are breathtakingly sophisticated living spaces that provide a blank canvas for a wide array of styles and personalities.

Glass Houses takes you into the newest and most striking examples of this eternally modern style of home. Filled with exquisite photographs a
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Harper Design (first published 2006)
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Jun 24, 2008 rated it really liked it
I grew up in a glass house in a tiny village in Wales. It was great architecture, as I see from this book, but the wrong building for the location. Imagine a split-level glass house across the road from a row of miner's cottages!
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Alejandro Bahamón, an architect, photographer, and editor of architecture books, is the author of numerous publications on contemporary architecture, including Sketch Plan Build, The Magic of Tents, Treehouses, Glass Houses, Houses on the Edge, and (with Ana María Álvarez), Light Color Sound. He lives in Barcelona.
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