Glass Houses

Glass Houses are a type of architectural design that features extensive use of glass as a primary building material. The style is characterized by the use of large windows, glass walls, and skylights, which create a feeling of openness and allow for a high degree of natural light to enter the interior of the building. Glass Houses can be designed in a variety of architectural styles, including modernist, minimalist, and contemporary, and are often associated with the work of architects such as Philip Johnson, Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbusier. The style has become popular for its aesthetic appeal and for the way it can seamlessly integrate the indoor and outdoor spaces of a building.