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Black Desert House Contrasts Nicely in the Mojave Desert

The Black Desert House is a simple vacation designed by creative home Marc Atlan together with architecture firm Oller & Pejic and interior planning company Moderne Contractors. Located just a half-hour outside of Palm Springs, the incredible scenery features the unchanged atmosphere of the Mojave Desert. The structure works as a distinct choice in the abandoned area that oddly enhances its surroundings.

The smooth style of the modern home the complete opposite of the natural scenery it is included in, making for an fascinating cooperation between nature and man made home. Despite their great differences, the team behind its concept and construction were innovative enough to allow the amazing views of the scenery to beautifully translate within the property through its enormous glass windows and sliding doors.

Indoors, all the basic facilities are available, including three rooms and a dining-room. Outdoors, there's a central courtyard, a terraced patio, and a black-tiled pool. The home provides the comfort of a house in the picturesque atmosphere of a vacation. The project's declaration reads : 
"The remarkable quality of quiet is remarkable and the beauty of the dark night sky boundaries on spiritual. Five moments from civilization, the site nevertheless gives the feeling of being beyond time."

The Black Desert House

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