Have a look at the Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.

As a native Californian, architect Jim Jennings has a deeply embedded connection to the geometries of landscape and to the abstract qualities of natural light, which is reflected in his architectural work. In 2009, the architect has completed this desert house outside of Palm Springs. Situated on a desert site of undisturbed native vegetation, the modern home is defined by an 8-foot-high concrete wall. It supports a massive steel roof structure and encases two courtyards. The retreat has been designed that everything inside of the wall functions as living space. The generous use of glass results in a feeling of being more connected to the environment. In contrast, the distinctive wall creates a sense of security and privacy.

Just have a look at the images below. For more of Jim Jennings’ architectural work, please visit his website.

Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
The Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
It is characterized by a modern and restrained architecture.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
Clean shapes in the middle of a Californian desert.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
The 8-foot-high concrete wall provides shelter. Everything inside serves as living space.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
A look inside the house.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
Simple lines along with modern furnishings.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.
Desert House in Palm Springs, California by Jim Jennings Architecture.

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