Stained glass artist and jeweler Neile Cooper had a vision for a sanctuary: a small cabin in the back of her domestic in Mohawk, New Jersey that would feature her glass designs on each to be had surface. The result is Glass Cabin, a structure constructed almost entirely from repurposed window frames and lumber that functions dozens of panels of her stained glass work, depicting plant life, birds, butterflies, mushrooms and other scenes from nature. Cooper explores many of those identical motifs in her famous earrings designs.