Nestled in the mountains of West Virginia, U.S, this interesting hut is built by photographer Nick Olson and designer Lilah Horwitz, of old used windows.For the two artists from Pennsylvania, old windows are “light at the end of the tunnel” in their common life path.They found windows on the sale of construction debris and were inspired to create a completely transparent house from old windows.The house has a creative facade with windows in different sizes, which gives an artistic style that is both modern and rural.The house primarily presents diligence and frugality of this pair.
Purely from utilitarian point the house is very cheap and practical.
All building materials cost about 500 USD. House of windows is located in a very picturesque landscape.Maximum degree of glazing reduces the cost of artificial lighting to a minimum. Windows with double or triple glazing as a rule have very good thermal and sound insulation. Well of course, many holes on the house, so fresh air is also no problem. Also interior in the house looks very comfortable and is made of wood.Although the cottage hasn’t electricity and plumbing it offers a refreshing uniqueness which fits perfectly with the natural surroundings.sourcesourcesource