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A House Made of Windows

A year ago, Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz quit their jobs to build a cabin in the West Virginia mountains. Today, that gamble seems to have paid off: their cabin sits in the exact spot where they first discussed building it. However, while the interior of the cabin is like almost any other, a mix of old wooden furniture and more modern decorations, the front facade - is anything but. 

The west-facing facade is made entirely of window pieces, stitched together; Olson and Horwitz wanted to be able to capture every inch of the sunset, without having to limit their view to the confines of a single window. 

See more images and a video of this house made of windows, after the break...

Courtesy of Colossal, thisiscolossal.com
Courtesy of Colossal, thisiscolossal.com
Courtesy of Colossal, thisiscolossal.com
Courtesy of Colossal, thisiscolossal.com

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Cite:Katherine Allen. "A House Made of Windows" 14 Sep 2013. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/429014/a-house-made-of-windows/>