Boulder may be a quiet town with one hundred thousand inhabitants, the town can be reached 40 miles from Denver, United States. At the foot of Rocky Mountains, topography is an obstacle to development on slopes. Under these conditions Thomas Phifer architects, a brilliant student of Richard Meier has created gorgeous home, with minimal interference within the atmosphere, and 360 degree read of the mountain. This is Glass House, engineered in steel and glass in a very charming residential neighborhood at the foot of Green Mountain.
4000 square meters of land bordering conservation areas by road close to the mountains. Continued privacy as a result of the conservation of native vegetation. What happens within the house kept secret, even with the presence of floor-ceiling windows on all sides, providing natural lightweight throughout the day. The incident is additionally employed by the abundant sun solar system.
Whether 470 sq. meters divided into 3 floors, where several facilities are designed, though the wall a very little, the ancient sliding door has been replaced by glass. Downstairs there’s a tiny gallery with a assortment of art of its voters get a ceiling height of ten meters. The floor additionally contains offices, that stand Eames chair and Ptolemy lamps.