Glass house by Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio: Unique and Iconic- Thursday, October 11th 2012.
Glass house by Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio is truly exceptional home design. House made of glass, all sides using a glass, walls made of translucent glass, and all contents can be seen from outer space. The glass home is collaboration between founder Carlo Santambrogio and designer Ennio Arosio featuring a series of iconic furniture pieces, beds, sofas and bookcases, along with architectural elements such as staircases and kitchens. This unique home consisting of three floors and each floor is connected with a minimalist glass staircase. This is at present merely a concept, with the all of the images being artist’s impressions of the glass house. The price is somewhere around £4,000 or $6,200 per square meter, but the main concern may just be finding a suitable spot to place one of these.
Glass house by Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio furniture used to use black color, black sofa, and bed black color motif view. The transparent staircase is entirely in glass without steel profile. The integrating glass with wood becomes concrete in kitchen and tub. With transparent walls for amazing views and late night fires, you can see, everything single thing in this house is made of glass including the floors, ceilings as well as the staircases. The material can be specially heated during the winter, which is one of the best and most demanded characteristic feature.
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The glass material used for its construction is 6 to 7 mm thick. It is simply awesome to behold and looks like a perfectly cut and polished glass cube from outside, with a blue tinge to it. Located in Milan, the house sits in the middle of a wood clearing. This new line of furniture pieces designed by Santambrogiomilano is called Simplicity. Glass house by Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio takes a very special class of people to fancy homes like the one we’re going to feature right now. Obviously not aimed towards bashful people and those who enjoy privacy, glass homes are currently an expanding concept