Friday, April 22, 2011

The $24 Million Dollar Glass Pavilion House

Located in Montecito, California, the incredible modern-architectural-masterpiece, the Glass Pavilion House designed by Steve Hermann Design is drop-dead gorgeous... priced at $24-million and worth every-penny, it resembles more of an art gallery/museum. It is truly unimaginable that people actually live there...! 
(watch video tour below)  
The Glass Pavilion is a redefining structure within modernism. It is a benchmark building that sets the bar as to what modernism is and can be. Set within a 3.5 acre estate of oak groves in Montecito and boasting 15,000 square feet under roof, this home is impressive beyond words. An almost entirely glass home, it allows the occupants to be comfortably inside while completely enveloped within nature. As you drive down the long gated driveway, the home slowly comes into view. You are immediately confronted with a large all glass home floating above gently rolling lawns. The site of it is awe-inspiring. Its kitchen and baths are by such famous names as Varena, Poliform and Antonio Lupi. In each category the best and most exciting products from around the world were sourced to make this home flawless in each category. The home includes an art gallery where the owner currently displays his vintage car collection. The space so generous that it is capable of holding up to 32 cars within its walnut lined walls. This is a world home with possibly no equal. The combination of architectural groundbreaking style and extreme detail in finish quality make it a home without compare. It is the pinnacle of architecture for this generation and will define the era in which it was built.
BTW... last I heard it's still for sale, any takers? 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

WOW! so beautiful! That's a amazing design as the amazing price I think! Who will buy it? I think it can be better to show as an interesting visit more than to live in.
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