My house is going to be all glass with a huge open atrium with a maple tree planted in the middle. There's also going to be a little pond and waterfall that my dad is going to build for me. The pond is going to be filled with vibrant koi fish that my kids are going to pick out.
This hill-perched transparent home plays peek-a-boo through the trees, but, for the most part, rocks and foliage nestle it in complete privacy. Located near the ocean in Pittwater, about 30 miles north of Sydney, the Church Point Home was designed by Sydney architectural firm Utz Sanby.
Mulroy Architects has added a glass passageway to the side of this three-storey house in north London, which features an interior fitted with bespoke oak joinery and furnishings by local studio Manea Kella.
Glass house embraces its natural habitat on Kiawah Island