Sunday, August 22, 2010

If you live in a glass house, don’t throw stones…

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Do you know that song? As soon as i saw this house, that song immediately came to mind:-). I’m doing the house tour a day early because i have a little something that i’m planning to do for Monday’s post. This house is called the “Glass Pavilion” and was featured in the Wall Street Journal. It’s the latest project by Los Angeles based architect, Steve Hermann. The Glass Pavilion features five bedrooms, a kitchen with a wine room and an art gallery that displays Steve’s vintage car collection.

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glasshouse8glasshouse9glasshouse11 I am in love with the facade of the house. It blends seamlessly into its environment. Also, who wouldn’t love the gorgeous, almost seductive landscape with its sinewy lines. It just beckons you in to come and enjoy all that it has to offer. I can imagine that it’s the quintessential entertaining hotspot too. Although the interior of the house is too pristine for my taste, i love the architectural details of each space and how almost every room has a view to the fantastic outdoors. Thanks to the wall of windows everywhere! Did you see that bathtub? One could soak for days in that thing! Who knows, maybe some good sun bathing could take place there too as it seems to have a northern exposure hence plenty of natural light and sun! Alright, enough of my input, what do You think?

P.S. Thanks for all the wishes of deep sleep for me(re the awards post below). I was able to play catch up while Z took his naps and so on, so i am wide awake and feel refreshed now:-).

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47 comments :

  1. Hi Stacey,
    All I can say is ... WOW!
    I am not a big fan of modern houses but can truly appreciate this one!

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

    xo

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  2. My husband and I just took a few moments to drool over this house. We love modern architecture and this house is gorgeous...but yeah, no stone throwing for us.

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  3. wow, this house is amazing! i wonder if they use solar powered electric? they should!!

    xo
    sami

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  4. Hi Stacey!

    I just now found your blog trough your comment on the blog of Coté Provence. I'm going to follow you! I like what you do, keep it up! And being a mom too, I can tell you, enjoy even the sleepless nights, kids grow up too fast!
    Have a good Sunday,
    Maureen
    xx

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  5. I had to show these photos to my husband! What an amaaazing house! We both love modern architecture and everything (apart from the brown sofa) is beyond fabulous!

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  6. Wow- Beautiful- Gorgeous- I am in love.

    I am visiting via Food and Life and am really enjoying your blog-

    Nice to 'meet' you.
    I'll be back.

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  7. Hi Stacey, congratulations on your well deserved award! I will read your full post when I get back from my sand dunes in Oregon!

    I am all for light and windows but this house makes me nervous. Would feel uncomfortale dropping a sock on the floor. And forget cats and kids running around! But of course I can appreciate the architecture. It is an amazing house.

    A warm hug to you.

    Mon

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  8. Wow this is house is bananas...Is Bruce Wayne the owner?

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  9. Like the ultimate bachelor dream I suspect! I LOVE the house - the architectural bones are amazing and having been brought up by a father who owned several vintage cars, I have a weakness for the salon collection here too.. :)

    Am not too hot on the way it's been furnished. Too stark for me and am not into that style or look, but man o man, the house.. Je reve!

    xx C

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  10. Wow wow wow! That house is amazing both inside and out!

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  11. Hooray! So happy you caught up on sleep, Stacey! This is house is amazingness itself, I liked exactly what you said, that the outside and inside blend seamlessly. Sighs and more sighs :)

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  12. i can't describe how,for lack of a better word, "amazing" i think this house is. i would be so excited just to get a chance to walk around inside, or outside! :)

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  13. these pictures are so lovely. i would love for my home to have this look. it's rough, yet gorgeous. my boyfriend has a really good taste for decorating so i am lucky that he has that good taste! ;) we don't argue when buying fun decorations. he gets it!

    i hope that you had an excellent weekend!

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  14. OMG, I´m in heaven!
    What a dream to live that way, I absolutely love it! Thank you for giving me such great start this morning. As alawys stopping by, I´m so inspiered!
    Have a great day Stacey and thank you for you lovely comments(and, sorry about the dog picture:), I´m sure Ginger is a real cutie too!)

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  15. This house rocks!!! You can't help, but look at every single detail.

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  16. oh good heavens! i would love this house during the day, oooohhhh esspecially during a thunderstorm huh?!?!
    buutttt NOT at night, i'd be sooo scared, i couldn't sleep there

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  17. Oww...what so amazing house, Stacey!!
    thanks for make my eyes more freshly...hehehe..

    enjoy your week, friend!
    nensa

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  21. I'm speechless, that is one amazing home!

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  22. this IS my type of place! - thank god for dreams, b/c i'll never be able to $$$ it - but LOVE LOVE LOVE - and i wouldn't mind if i were just be invited over for a cocktail - that would be GOOD enough for me!!!! - i'm good @ being happy for other people!!! :o)

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  23. This is a DREAM house for me and my husband. I just called him in to take a look and we scrolled with our jaws dropped. That glass wall in the kitchen blew me away. LOVED THIS!

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    Happy Monday.

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