There are two ways to make your super compound imposing, slab sided concrete bunker style or the ‘nothing to hide’ appeal of glass and steel. After all, what’s the point of a scenic location if you can’t take in the view from any place that you stand in your multi-million dollar swanky digs. You could be looking out over the Pacific Ocean from Los Angeles, Seattle, or Japan or the Mediterranean Sea from your Spanish cliff side or just a gorgeous lake in Branson, Missouri. You don’t want to waste a single photon of sunlight. Though it’s not just beachfront property that gets the all glass treatment. Vacation homes in Japan, the Catsgills, or Brazil like to use the glass to take in the manicured landscaping or the undisturbed wild or, in one specific case, overlooking the slow reclamation of farmland in the countryside to connect different ecological centers. One thing all of them share in common is ubiquitous use of glass for walls and they’re all very expensive. From the regular opulence of a few million to tens of millions these see-through digs are an exclusive way to live in the light. While some merely give a glimpse of the outside, some of them will go so far as to open up and make the barrier between inside and outside disappear. How would you like your glass house configured? Let know in the comments and be sure to like and subscribe for the latest videos in your in box.
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Written by: Ryan Carbrey Narrated by: Clinton Conyer Edited by: Umair G
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CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 0:07 Vanishing Glass Wall 1:17 Evergreen Crystal Palace 2:41 BelAire Glass 3:52 Hollywood Hills Double Decker 4:59 Malibu 6:03 La Jolla 7:11 Tower House 8:35 Sunflower House 9:35 V4 House 10:23 Pine Tree Miami 11:21 Shell House 12:15 Three Stories 13:05 Villa Kogelhof 14:01 Project 14:42 La Canada Flintridge 15:09 Outro