A glass house in farm country
On the outskirts of a tiny agricultural town, where hay bales and tractors are the usual roadside attractions, sits a 1,440-square-foot glass box.
Three sides of the house are transparent, made from triple-paned glass, leaving the living area, kitchen and bedroom visible. The fourth wall is clad in cedar siding to protect against the wind in the winter. The glass walls, which climb to 16 feet in some places, overlook the 80 acres of farmland the house sits on, plus vistas of field, sky and mountain.