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Architecture January, 21 2013

Glass House by Manser Practice Architects

Laying unassumingly at the end of a plain suburban, gravel road is the Glass House by Manser Practice Architects. At first, the layout of the private residence is intentionally unclear because of the ominous, flowing black wall concealing its true shape. The sea behind it is just visible through the home itself and the trees around the area.

The entrance is an impressive timber door that leads visitors through a curvaceous corridor toward the main living area. The beautiful property the home sits on gradually becomes apparent as the visitor makes his way through the residence.

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