Thu, 10 May 2012 11:02:57 GMT | By John Giuffo, Forbes.com
Amazing homes made of glass

Impressive homes which blend into their surroundings.



Impressive homes which blend into their surroundings. (© © 2012 Stahl House ® – stahlhouse.com)
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  • Glass Home By Santambrogio Milano, Italy (© SantambrogioMilano)
  • Catskill Mountain House, West Shokan, N.Y. (© Audrey Matlock)
  • The Dune House, Suffolk, U.K. (© Living Architecture)
  • Philip Johnson's Glass House (© Philip Johnson's Glass House)
  • Jodlowa House, Krakow, Poland (© Jodlowa House)
  • Church Point, Pittwater, Australia (© Utz Sanby)
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There are a few good rules of thumb to follow when owning and living in a house made of glass, and they don't just involve throwing stones. Don't play baseball in the front or backyard, don't build a glass home near a golf course, and, most importantly, don't forget to stock up on a supply of industrial-sized Windex — you're going to need it. Click through to see some amazing glass homes.

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