Mid-Century Desert House in Palm Springs

This Palm Springs mid-century desert house was built by architects Wexler & Harrison in 1954. Its main characteristic, aligned with the modernist Californian style, is the lack of boundaries between indoor and outdoor: only glass walls define the areas.

The squared atrium is the center of the house and features a small desert garden filled with local plants. A part from the private rooms, the rest of this mid-century desert house has no actual walls delimiting the space, making the open floor plan the real protagonist of this mid-century modern desert house.

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