Barerock Cabin – Haliburton, Ontario

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Dan and Diane knew they wanted their cabin to have large windows, and one day, by chance, they heard a radio interview with a recycler who was in the process of reclaiming 4,000 windows from two Toronto office towers. Within hours, the Molenaars had ordered 40 of the highly reflective bronze pieces, each weighing 90 pounds and measuring five by six feet. As Dan notes, “The thought of taking glass that office workers had viewed the city through and setting it down where it could afford views of unspoiled nature was irresistible.”


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