Architect Carlo Santambrogio has built a stunning glass home in the middle of a wintry forest. A work of art, the woodland house can easily be mistaken for an installation rather than a habitable home. Perhaps a balance between the two is the proper way to view such a structure. The transparent nature of Carlo Santambrogio's creation encourages people to be thoughtful about their immediate surroundings and the world in general, which is often the case with art on a basic level.
Clean and clear, the woodland house by Carlo Santambrogio not only features transparent walls, but transparent furniture as well. Rife with see-through floors, stairs, tables and beds, Carlo Santambrogio's house could be considered a frosty mirage.