Originally Posted by StephenHero
The Glass House uses modern technology (large scale glass panes and minimal steel structure) to limit the visual obstruction between a home owner and nature. What you don't get is a suffocating faux historical revival home that is outdated in both construction technique and function (unused dining rooms, small living room etc.). Instead you get abundant sunlight that varies in tone and angles 365 days of the year with no need for artificial daylighting, a serene view of the outdoors, and a quiet machine for functional and healthy living. Or a bus stop as you comprehend. I'd take it any day over the assumed lifeless piece of shit you're probably living in.
lulz why so touchy, did your dad design that bus stop? You sound like you could use some serenity, take a deep breath, it will be ok
I live under a tarp, blows the bus stop out of the water in terms of visual obstruction, abundant sunlight, serene view of the outdoors, and healthy living