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Desert Retreat

Hidden Valley Prefab in Moab by Marmol Radziner

By • Aug 3, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Los Angeles-based architectural firm Marmol Radziner has completed the Hidden Vally House, a prefab home located in Moab, Utah.

Designed for an active couple as a vacation home, the two bedroom two bathroom 2,500 square foot residence “celebrates nature in its careful siting, emphasis on indoor/outdoor living, and integration of sustainable design elements.”

08.03.12. Update: Hidden Valley Prefab is currently for sale, offered at $2.995 million. Check out the extra shots in the gallery!


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Four Eyes House by Edward Ogosta Architecture

By • Jan 13, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Ed Ogosta, principal of california-based studio Edward Ogosta Architecture has sent us renderings of the Four Eyes House project.

This contemporary 3,800 square foot weekend retreat is being built in the desert of the Coachella Valley, a large valley landform in Southern California, USA.

This project reminds me of the Maison L by Christian Pottgiesser.


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The Desert Villa by Studio Aiko

By • Oct 24, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Founded by Yair Alony and Meny Hilsenrad, Studio Aiko is a dynamic studio specializing in a wide variety of CG content and visual effects.

The Desert Villa is their first attempt to merge “the magical scenery of the desert with a modern architecture of a villa. [They] took the idea a step forward in a mysterious & humoristic way.”


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Contemporary House in Desert Hot Springs by Marmol Radziner

By • May 11, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Los Angeles-based architectural firm Marmol Radziner has designed the Desert House, a prototype prefab home located in Desert Hot Springs in California, USA.

Built as a vacation home for Leo Marmol’s family, the house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in about 2,100 square feet of indoor living space, and an additional 2,400 square feet of outdoor living space.


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Desert Nomad House in Arizona by Rick Joy Architects

By • May 4, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Designed by architect Rick Joy and built in 2005, the Desert Nomad House sits on nearly five acres of pristine desert in Arizona at the base of the Tucson Mountains and Saguaro National Monument.

The luxury house is composed of three seperate rusted steel and glass cubes, each with a unique and dynamic view of the Soronan desert.


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