“Architecture is much more than shelter; it bonds a continuous and worldwide mystery to its inhabitants. The client’s lifestyle, inherent attitudes, cultural background and specific dreams or desires can often inspire new ideas from which a design may spring.” – Mickey Muennig
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The 16-foot-diameter structure, also known as the glass teepee, was designed to provide temporary shelter while Muennig went ahead with the construction of a more substantial home. Four sides of the Glass Teepee open up to the the wild Big Sur landscape. With its inward-sloping glass walls, the house is a perfect solar collector.