The Panorama Glass Lounge is all glass. Instead of beautifying its interiors with trinkets and furniture, it uses the outside’s natural beauty to make the interiors feel complete. The bedroom features all-glass walls, offering a clear panorama of the surrounding beauty as well as perfect views of the night’s sky that lights up with the Aurora Borealis, creating the most beautiful wallpaper you could ever ask for!
The famous house from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' 80's movie, where Cameron wrecked his dad's Ferrari! The main house is a four-bedroom steel and glass box designed in 1953 by James Speyer, a student of modernist pioneer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. About 40 feet from it, cantilevered over the edge of a wooded ravine, is the smaller building, the one featured in the movie, an equally boxy 1974 design by Speyer's student David Haid.