This luxury mountain home by architect Matthew McMullen of Architectural Manoeuvres pays homage to its breathtaking surroundings, courtesy of the Rockies. The Boulder Glass House is a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home that, despite its grand scale and modern architecture, still manifests itself as a cozy mountain get-away that blends into its surroundings. Stunning architectural elements are complemented by two-story Pilkington glass walls, projecting at an angle to maximize on the magnificent views. A gated pathway leads past the 1,518-sq.-ft. carriage house and to the main house, offering 9,716 sq. ft. with an oversized heated garage, radiant heating, double-sided fireplaces and wood floors throughout. A glass staircase leads up to the home’s third storey, which houses a glass-encased office. Hanging high over the home’s third storey is the “bird’s nest” master bedroom – an intimate and peaceful refuge. The Boulder Glass House is on sale through Sotheby’s International Realty.