Inspired by the classic mid-century modern architecture for which Palm Springs is known, this home in the Las Palmas neighborhood enjoys panoramic and unobstructed views of the San Jacinto Mountains which wrap around the site. The residence was sited to capture views from two vantage points both south and west. Stepping volumes of white stucco and minimal detailing define the home's character and provides a sharp contrast with the lush landscape beyond.
Floor to ceiling windows capture the extraordinary views of the mountains to the south and west, and to the centrally located pool and terraces. Expansive interconnected interior spaces create a dynamic living experience and provide a backdrop for our client’s collection of modern art.
The swimming pool and outdoor terraces are the main focus of this home and are thoroughly integrated with the living spaces, blurring the line between interior and exterior. A dramatic floating palm completes the oasis-like feel of this unique outdoor experience. Projecting overhangs create spaces of refuge from the hot desert sun.
Finished in life Caeserstone, Fleetwood Doors and Windows, GE appliances, Everquartz floors, high gloss acrylic graphite casework, Big Ass Fans, Porcelanosa tile, fully automated Smart Home, fully solar capacity. Architect Mike Troyer, Stuart-Silk Architects, Seattle.