The glass house has been around for a long time, but there’s been a shift in the way people look at glass in the last few years.
It’s a reflection of a broader trend in society, in which many people are increasingly interested in the environment, and a growing desire to buy and enjoy their glass, even if it’s not the kind they used to.
In a new study, The American Conservatory of Art found that the number of glass houses is increasing in the U.S. as glass becomes more valuable.
And it’s only going to continue growing.
“Glass is becoming more popular, it’s becoming more fashionable, and the number is increasing,” said Emily Johnson, a glasshouse specialist and senior associate professor at The American College of Art.
The study surveyed more than 2,000 glasshouse owners and found that while a large majority of owners say they have had a glass house for decades, that number is rapidly increasing. “
The glass house is about finding that perfect blend of beauty, functionality and function, and it’s about being in touch with that and the glass itself.”
The study surveyed more than 2,000 glasshouse owners and found that while a large majority of owners say they have had a glass house for decades, that number is rapidly increasing.
Among the findings: There are more than 3,400 glasshouses in the United States.
They are typically owned by individuals who have never owned a home before, with no other business or job experience.
The majority of glasshouses have been purchased by people who have been homeowners for less than two years.
About half of all glasshouses are owned by couples.
About 3% of owners have only one child.
A total of 11% of glasshouse families have two children.
More than half of the owners said they are planning to retire in the next decade, and about 5% have plans to sell their home.
Some owners are even considering selling their homes.
“People are looking for a glass that’s durable and functional,” Johnson said.
There’s a lot of appeal to that, and they are seeing that as a good thing.””
A lot of owners are saying that the glass houses that they own are like the perfect combination of function, beauty and function.
There’s a lot of appeal to that, and they are seeing that as a good thing.”