‘When you build something like this, you feel, I can do anything’ | House made of windows

Yes, it is 7 minutes and something. Get your favorite mug, brew some coffee or tea, grab a cookie or two or three, and dream with this video just for a while. Use the fullscreen mode. Enjoy!

Each window a story!

When photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz had their first date they jokingly wondered what it would be like to live in a house with an entire facade made of windows. While most people would keep that idea as a dream, the two decided to go for it and just make their dream come true. A few months later they quit their jobs and started to collect dozens of windows from garage sales and antique dealers. In 2012 they finished their very own glass cabin in the mountains of West Virginia. The beautiful video was shot by Half Cut Tea.

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6 Responses

  1. This is SO beautiful Gudy! I didn’t even had the time to go and get my cup of tea ;-) Thank you for sharing. I agree with Sarah, it “made me happy somehow”. have a lovely day xx

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