This New House Maintains The Mid-Century Modern Flair Of Palm Springs, California

O2 Architecture have designed Las Palmas Heights Residence after being asked by their clients to design a home that would have an open plan living area and be built with durable materials.

Photography by Lance Gerber

 

O2 Architecture have designed Las Palmas Heights Residence after being asked by their clients to design a home that would have an open plan living area and be built with durable materials.

 

O2 Architecture have designed Las Palmas Heights Residence after being asked by their clients to design a home that would have an open plan living area and be built with durable materials.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Located in Palm Springs, California, and situated on a sloped site, the home has been split into two rectangular sections that form a ‘T’ shape.


A large steel planter filled with cacti is featured at the front of this Californian home.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Inside, you can see that the open floor plan has been achieved with the main living areas all sharing the same space.


Inside this Californian home, you can see that an open floor plan has been achieved with the main living areas all sharing the same space.

Photography by Lance Gerber

The views from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors can easily be enjoyed from the entire main living/dining/kitchen area.


This kitchen with undermount sink has views of the mountains.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Next to the kitchen is a hallway that leads to one of the home’s bedrooms and bathrooms.


Just off the side of this living room is a hallway that takes you to a bedroom.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Here’s a look at one of the bathrooms in this part of the house.


This bathroom has a glass enclosed shower with built-in shelving.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Just off the kitchen are stairs that lead you down to the outdoor living area and swimming pool, as well as the private master wing.


These exterior stairs lead you down from the main living area to an outdoor lounge and swimming pool, as well as the private master wing.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Stepping down, you reach the outdoor living room and the master bedroom wing.


This home on a sloped site has steps that leads from the main house to an outdoor lounge and master bedroom wing.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Next to the outdoor lounge is the home office that provides access to the master bedroom. The home office opens up at the corner to become a natural extension of the outdoor living area.


This home office opens up to an outdoor lounge and swimming pool.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Glimpses of the views are achieved through a variety of windows in the master bedroom.


This master bedroom has a variety of windows to add natural light and to enjoy the mountainous views.

Photography by Lance Gerber

In the master bathroom, green tiles have been used to create a feature wall, and a window allows for picturesque views while having a relaxing bath.


In this master bathroom, green tiles have been used to create a feature wall, and a window allows for picturesque views while having a relaxing bath.

Photography by Lance Gerber

The green tiles carry-on to the outside of the master wing, where they’re visible from the spa.


Green tile has been used on the exterior of the master wing in this house.

Photography by Lance Gerber

Stepping down again from the master wing is the swimming pool, surrounded by a concrete deck. A rock garden has been designed next to the pool, and views of the can be enjoyed from the sun loungers.


This pool and spa are surrounded by a concrete deck and rock garden.

Photography by Lance Gerber

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