Would you like to live in a glass house?

An absolutely glass house - the idea of such a bold architectural project belongs to the British company Photon Project. The source of inspiration for the architects was natural light and its 100% use in the house, as a result of which the owners of such a house would live according to daily biorhythms, which have a great impact on human health. Would you like to live in a glass house? It turns out that this is not only original but also good for health.

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Would you like to live in a glass house?

1. Living room with a 360-degree view. Due to the appropriate properties of glass, the inside of the glasshouse will have an optimal temperature: neither too cold nor too hot. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

2. This is how the living room of a glasshouse will look like during the day. The project was supported by Professor Russell Foster of the University of Oxford, who has conducted long-term research on the effects of natural light on humans. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

3. Lighting the living room of a glasshouse in the evening. Double glass panels have a high degree of thermal insulation and protection from solar radiation. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

4. Daylight in the bedroom of a glasshouse. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

5. Lighting in the bedroom at sunset, with partially tinted glasses. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

6. Bedroom at night. The glass of which the walls and roof are made are soundproof. The architects thought through everything to the smallest detail. This unique home will not only be comfortable but also safe. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

7. Bedroom. The glass used in the construction of the house has a special coating that makes it impervious to ultraviolet radiation and also prevents excessive heat build-up. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

8. And this is how a glasshouse looks from the outside. Impressive, isn't it? The house consists of several glass modules, so it can be built in just four weeks. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

9. Thanks to the lightweight design, the glasshouse can even be placed on the roof of a skyscraper. The basic project is a 45 square meter house with a living room, 1 bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

Would you like to live in a glass house?

10. Charlie Sharman, the project leader, consulted with doctors and therapists prior to its implementation. It turns out that the modern lifestyle of people, inappropriate to the rhythm of day and night, can cause problems with sleep, mood swings, susceptibility to depression, decreased immunity, and even loss of libido. What's more, long-term disruption of the circadian rhythm can increase a person's susceptibility to diseases such as diabetes, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's. (Photo: Photon Project/press releases).

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