Many people practice gardening with dedication, and while some of them have perfected this hobby well beyond the level of just growing flowers, cacti or citrus trees indoors, that seems boring to some. One of those people is a Kazakh architect Aibek Almassov, who envisioned the concept of cultivating a real fir tree in the interior of a building and designed a “forest house” built around a tree and made out of glass.
Whoever owns a home like this would have to use the white stairwell to reach the top floors of this 40-feet house.
The residence contains a living room, a kitchen, a restroom, and the only room missing is a complete bedroom.
The idea behind this house is to distance ourselves from the claustrophobic urban environment and reunite with the forest.
The perfect environment for this building is, naturally, the woods.
Forest environment makes people tranquil and relaxed.
While there are similar buildings made out of glass, this house is completely unique.
The house is perfect for enthusiastic book readers because of its isolated location that is unpolluted by loud noises, making it a great spot for reading a book.
The kitchen is located on the first floor, probably due to practicality in maintaining the water pressure in a see-through glass house.
Last, but not least - the bathroom. You might have wondered if a glass house like this would include a bathroom. It does, and in fact, it's the only part of the house that doesn't have walls of glass.
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