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Fantastic Remodeling of an Old House Built in 1956

By • Jun 6, 2018

Located on a spectacular five-acre property, Palm Springs, United States, this house, originally built in 1956, of carefully restored geodesic dome is located on the top of a hill with spectacular views of the desert, the mountain, Joshua Tree and the Coachella Valley from virtually any angle.

Exterior view of the singular construction
View of the back garden of the house

Before the renovation, the house did not show the desert landscape. Now the property has 360 degree views and guests can enjoy the scenery.

The unique design, of 2500 square feet, was completed by the architectural firm Pavlina Williams in 2016.

Its complete solitude is only interrupted by the hypnotic wind turbines that bring a beauty from another world to the already dramatic desert landscape. This is one of the three most important wind farms in California.

Interior with brick walls

A holiday rental house, which has been reinvented from its basic structural roots. The high ceilings of the dome have a large open-plan living room with panoramic views, and the space is relaxing and dreamy.
The main bedroom on the ground floor has a separate living area and offers stunning views of the mountains.
When furnishing the house, the couple concentrated on finding modern mid-century pieces that were bright and cheerful, very similar to the space itself.

Large lounge area with desert views
Living room with glass walls
Details of the vaulted ceiling
Open kitchen with brick walls
Room with brick wall
Rest area in the room
Internal views from the top level
Exterior night view
Exterior night view

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