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Santa Fe, New Mexico Guest House Idea Bedroom at Frey House II, one of two homes that the Swiss-born architect Albert Frey designed for himself in Palm Springs, California.

Albert Frey's Palm Springs House Simply Disappears Into The Desert Landscape

Albert Frey's Palm Springs House Simply Disappears Into The Desert Landscape

Japanese garden #garden #japan

The "Lattice House" is a reconstruction/restoration of a typical merchants row house, long and narrow with a small internal courtyard. Incidentally, the layout of my guesthouse was almost identical.

// Albert Frey / Palm Springs Photo: ©LeslieWilliamson

Albert Frey helped shape Palm Springs into the modern architecture mecca it is known as today, developing a style of building known as Desert Modern - with walls of glass, flat sweeping roofs and corrugated metal.

Upon entering through the front gate of this Singaporean home, a cave-like entrance guides to into the home.

The Secret Garden House By Wallflower Architecture + Design

Upon entering through the front gate of this Singaporean home, a cave-like entrance guides to into the home.

Frey house II | 1965 | Palm Springs, California | Albert Frey| photo by Julius Shulman

petervidani: “ subtilitas: “ Albert Frey - Frey house II, Palm Springs CA The bottom shot shows the famous bolder intersecting the bedroom, with the light switch installed directly on the stone.

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See inside a traditional Japanese home with these key features. This is Japanese architecture and home design at its early stages and culturally engrained.

Tekapo Shed by C Nott Architects///////www.bedreakustik.dk/home DISCOUNT TO PINTEREST CUSTOMERS Dedicated to deliver superior interior acoustic experience.#pinoftheday///////

Friday Inspiration: Spaces « Thoughts on users, experience, and design from the folks at InVision.

Warwick, England, UK - the Midlands' equivalent of the home for Chelsea Pensioners: a much older foundation, The Lord Leycester Hospital for old soldiers built with a bequest from Lord Dudley to please Elizabeth I.

Warwick, England, UK - the Midlands' equivalent of the home for Chelsea Pensioners: a much older foundation, The Lord Leycester Hospital for old soldiers built with a bequest from Lord Dudley to please Elizabeth I.

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