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]