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    Glass House, Big Sur, California~For over 13 years (and with girlfriends and their children along for the ride), architect Mickey Muennig lived in the tiny Greenhouse--his 1976 take on the then-popular dome and his celestial artistic response to the 1970s Big Sur lifestyle that he'd fallen in love with. From the deck of the outdoor bath, you can see up the coast.

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    Meeting spot - Bohemian Homes - cosmicandshit: For over 13 years, architect...

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    Green House, Big Sur, California by Mickey Muennig.

  • Violeta Violeta

    For over 13 years, architect Mickey Muennig (and girlfriend and children) lived in the tiny Greenhouse—his 1976 take on the then-popular dome and his celestial artistic response. From the deck of the outdoor bath, you can see up the coast. Inside the one-room house, the reclaimed-redwood platform bed hangs on slender steel rods fastened to the ceiling. The ceiling cap is a vent—the house’s thermostat.

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    Huckberry | The Good Hearth - Mickey Muennig builds million dollar tree forts in Big Sur.

  • Alicia Yolanda

    Greenhouse home by Mickey Muennig. His 1976 take on the then-popular dome and his celestial artistic response. From the deck of the outdoor bath, you can see up the coast.

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