If adages have any value, then the residents of Jan Skuratowski's 'House M' shouldn't throw stones. The home in Mohlin, Switzerland, features living rooms with glass walls that offer spectacular views of the town's horizon.
House M is on the outskirts of town, sitting on a raised hillside. This elevation gives the house a great vista for taking in the quaint town, and Jan Skuratowski's decision to include glass windows only takes further advantage of that vantage.
Though there aren't many buildings up on the hill, House M is built next to another property that was initially erected in the 1980s. Without abandoning its modern aesthetic, House M manages to fit stylistically with this neighboring home thanks to the use of the timber that covers it.
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