desert home

January 2, 2020

I came across architect, Albert Frey’s house today, a small mid-century modern masterpiece in the heart of Palm Springs. Houses that look like they’ve sprung from the terrain that they’re built on are always so beautiful, especially when the surrounding landscape makes its way indoors, as is the case with Frey’s house. Giant boulders encroach on the space in a way that makes it impossible to ignore the fact that you’re on top of Mount San Jacinto. “Before he began construction, Frey studied the angle of sun throughout the seasons in order to site the home,” writes Architectural Digest. “The results are unparalleled views and a unique connection to the environment.”


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