The House on Turtle Creek is Flooded With Natural Light

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: predock & letmebeinspired
In modern society, many people have lost touch with nature over time, and with such, residences like this House on Turtle Creek are held in high regard. This special abode boasts entire two-story walls made entirely of windows, which allow for a floor of natural daylight during the morning and afternoons in Dallas, Texas.

The House on Turtle Creek was originally built in the 1970s by Bud Oglesby, but has since been revamped. A combination of limestone, Almondria wood, glass and steel make this abode the perfection combination of natural and manmade elements. The home was originally create to satisfy a homeowner's love of bird-watching and is a must-see for nature lovers.

Implications - Along with the green movement, consumers are increasingly opting for products and services that help them recconnect with nature. Companies who produce products that allow consumers to do so will continue to flourish.

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