The Glass Pyramid House by Yukihide Mizuno

By: Cecilia Biemann - Published: Jan 17, 2009   Updated: Aug 3 2011 • References: miz-hp & designboom
The brainchild of Japanese architect Yukihide Mizuno, this impressive pyramid-inspired house features a roof that is entirely covered in glass.

The walls of the house were constructed from concrete, but the second floor and the atrium feature an open roof which allows the home to be flooded with sunlight.

The front façade also features a full glass wall, making it the ultimate pad for voyeurs who love to watch and be watched.

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