Located on a grassy plot surrounded by trees, there’s a home in Utrecht, Netherlands, that features two walls made entirely of glass. Designed by Zecc Architects and interior designer Roel Van Norel, the cabin’s open facade offers plenty of natural light and keeps the indoors ever-connected to the outdoors. When privacy is desired, the homeowners can close the wooden shutters along the side of the home.
Still, we have to ask ourselves: Could we trade privacy for an uninterrupted view of nature?
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