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Cabin made from windows (West Virginia)

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While on their very first date, photographer Nick Olson & designer Lilah Horwitz went on a walk in the West Virginia countryside. They watched the sunset and wondered what it would be like to live in a house where the entire facade was made from windows, so the sunset would never be contained within a small space.
And so a year later the two quit their jobs and embarked on a road trip starting in Pennsylvania to collect old windows from garage sales and antique dealers. Back in West Virginia they built the glass cabin in the exact same spot where they imagined it on their fist date.

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Cabin made from windows (West Virginia)
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Cabin made from windows (West Virginia)
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Cabin made from windows (West Virginia)
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