The Glass Pavilion, an ultramodern house by Steve Hermann
The Glass Pavilion, this ultramodern house is located on a three-and-a-half acres lot in Santa Barbara, California and was completed in 2010 by Los-Angeles-based architect Steve Hermann.
Now, Steve Hermann`s Glass Pavilion takes the architectural tenants and catapults these concepts into the new millennium.
This home is impressive beyond words and features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, grand hallway, large wine room and its kitchen and baths are by such famous names as Varena, Poliform.
The space of the glass pavilions is so generous that it is capable of holding up to 32 cars within its walnut lined walls.
This is a stunning home with possibly no equal because “it is a benchmark building that sets the bar as to what modernism is and can be”.
Well, the most minimalist house ever made was put on the market last year for $35,000,000 cars and furniture not included but now can be yours for less than $24,000,000.
Photos by: Wm MacCollum
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