Elevated as if floating on platform, this sculptural steel framed pavilion is the essence of minimalist architecture. Designed by Bay Area architect Jim Jennings, Desert two looks as perfect today as when it was constructed by DW Johnston 10 years ago. An icon of new century modernism this sleek, sensual home of steel, glass and concrete has a commanding presence from the street. Shade, fire and water are the themes here. The entry leads to a private walled courtyard where pool and spa splash blue light against the wall. A gas fire pit is located beneath a soaring steel shade canopy that extends the interior ceiling to the outside. Featuring a large kitchen of rift oak, quartz counter tops and s/s appliances. The ceilings are created of special perforated steel allowing for incredible sound absorption making this home perfect for both entertaining and quiet contemplation. Showers are surfaced in glass. The primary bathroom offers access to an outside wooden deck featuring both outdoor shower and luxurious bathtub. A rare opportunity for a newer architectural home offering the dynamic minimalist quality of Jim Jennings.
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