1. Frey House II, 1963Albert Frey, architect
I’m kinda obsessed with Desert Modernism because it’s so incredibly foreign to me (I grew up in Manhattan, climbing on fire escapes and scaffolding as a child). This is one of my favorites of that style ever - I first saw it in a Julius Shulman photography book my dad gave me. I imagine inhabiting a house built into a mountain with a boulder just hanging out over the bed would be like living in outer space (except a lot sexier and more convenient), but the same could probably be said of anyone, no matter where they grew up. Unless they grew up here. Also: the light switch set into the rock? Kills me.
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    Frey House II, 1963
    Albert Frey, architect

    I’m kinda obsessed with Desert Modernism because it’s so incredibly foreign to me (I grew up in Manhattan, climbing on fire escapes and scaffolding as a child). This is one of my favorites of that style ever - I first saw it in a Julius Shulman photography book my dad gave me. I imagine inhabiting a house built into a mountain with a boulder just hanging out over the bed would be like living in outer space (except a lot sexier and more convenient), but the same could probably be said of anyone, no matter where they grew up. Unless they grew up here. Also: the light switch set into the rock? Kills me.

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