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Situated in Santa Barbara, California, the 13,875 square

foot luxury home designed by Los-Angeles-based


architect Steve Hermann features five bedrooms, five-and-
a-half bathrooms, a kitchen with a wine room and an art
gallery that displays the architect’s vintage car collection.

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The Glass Pavilion is a redefining structure within
modernism. It is a benchmark building that sets the bar as
to what modernism is and can be. Throughout the last
century there has been a few great buildings that defined
modernism and inspired a generation to imagine what is
possible not only within architecture but as a society as a
whole. Mies Van Der Roh’s Barcelona Pavilion and
Farnsworth house, as well as Phillip Johnson’s glass
house were these type of defining structures. Now, Steve
Hermann’s Glass Pavilion takes the architectural tenants
of these greats and catapults these concepts into the new
millennium.
Set within a 3.5+/- acre estate of oak groves in Montecito
and boasting 14,000+/- sq. ft. under roof, this home is
impressive beyond words. An almost entirely glass home
it allows occupants to be comfortably inside while
completely enveloped within nature. As you drive down
the long gated driveway, it slowly comes into view. You
are immediately confronted with a large all glass home,
floating above gently rolling lawns. The site of it is awe-
inspiring.
Through the use of massive structural steel beams, the
home is able to appear weightless as it hovers above an
expansive lawn. No expense has been spared during the
six years that it took to complete this groundbreaking
structure. All of the large glass panels are Star Fire glass,
an incredibly clear glass usually reserved for jewelry
displays. It s kitchen and baths are by such famous names
as Varena, Poliform and Antonio Lupi. In each category
the best and most exciting products from around the world
were sourced to make this home flawless in each
category. The home has five bedrooms, five and a half
baths, grand hallway and large wine room. The glass
pavilion includes an art gallery where the owner currently
displays their vintage car collection. The space is so
generous that it is capable of holding up to 32 cars within
its walnut lined walls.
This is a home with possibly no equal. The combination of
architectural groundbreaking style and extreme detail in
finish quality make it a home without compare. It is the
pinnacle of architecture for this generation and will define
the era in which it was built.
Visit Steve Hermann
- by Matt Watts

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