Glass House in California
The project of Steve Hermann is like a dream for anyone who seeks ostentation and vanity.
“The Glass Pavillion” (translated: Glass Pavilion) in Montecito, California is an example of divine minimalism. This lesson in minimalism is a dream for many architects, especially for people living in this modern house. The house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, designed in decadent style. It boasts more in the art winery and a balcony. The kitchen resembles a lab rather than on the premises for the preparation of delicious food as it is too simple and lacks any decoration.
The living room is open on three sides and there is a huge beautiful set of furniture, whose shape resembles a pile of sea stones. The white color of the elongated rectangular erected above ground volume of the first floor is nearly unreal on the green lawn, crossed by a paved trail with white tiles leading to the entrance of the house. Along with it go and approach to the garage, which is under the house.
Also the garage is a huge, shiny and full of expensive vintage cars that are visible pride of ownership.