Check Out This Virtual Reality Glass House at the Jewish Museum on Upper East Side

The Jewish Museum on Manhattan's Upper West Side has a cool new exhibit that provides a virtual-reality fueled view of the work of French designer and architect Pierre Chareau.

Showcasing rare furniture, lighting fixtures, and interiors, as well as designs for the extraordinary Maison de Verre, the glass house completed in Paris in 1932, the exhibition brings together over 180 rarely-seen works from major public and private collections in Europe and the United States.

Our friends at Curbed recently stopped by the exhibit to see what it's all about.

via Curbed

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