This Glass Cabin Made From Found Materials Is Way Cooler Than Your Apartment

This Glass Cabin Made From Found Materials Is Way Cooler Than Your ApartmentImage via My Modern Met

Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz took to the woods with only $500 and a whole lot of found materials in order to fashion one of the most beautiful structures we’ve seen in some time. The couple of self-called “makers” built the structure overlooking a beautiful pond in the hills of West Virginia. The pair quit their jobs and took to creating what they are calling the “Glass Cabin,” a beautiful space that’s rustic and somehow with a modern bent, recalling (obviously) Philip Johnson but with a farmhouse appeal.

Check out some images of the Glass Cabin above and a short documentary on the space and its builders below. 

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[via My Modern Met]

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