A Recycled Glass Masterpiece House

September 16, 2012

The glass house in Christiania, Copenhagen (in Freetown), shows that high-powered architects are not the only ones who will build stunning glass structures. This building was created from salvaged elements and the external glass walls are made up of old windows. The aged window frames create character and charm to the home. Due to the fact that glass houses can often appear cold and clinical, this is an interesting take on building glass walls. Being close to nature was a key concept when designing this home. The home did not have a plan, as they built with whatever glass that was there. Just like creating art!

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