See-through Houses: Inspirational Homes and Features in Glass

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2001 - Architecture - 191 pages
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Glass in its many magical forms is appreciated by everyone who values a sense of space and airiness, and the infinitely subtle qualities of light. In See-Through Houses, award-winning author Catherine Slessor and architectural photographer James Morris capture the distinctive glamour of glass homes. Examples are drawn from around the world, in both landscape and cityscape settings -- from a glass box house built into the rock in New York state to a Hollywood hideaway overlooking the lights of Los Angeles. Glass features within the home are also explored -- from screens to stairs, and baths to work surfaces.

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James E. Morris, C.P.A., C.F.A. (Baltimore, MD) is a project manager of financial analysis for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He also trains analysts and associates to value companies.

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