Four Points of View: Amazing house makes the most out of every view from the four points of the compass

Four Points of View: Amazing house makes the most out of every view from the four points of the compass

18 April, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

Surrounded by dry, swirling desert sand and a mountainous horizon, this very unusual house is the work of Edward Ogosta Architecture and is located in the valley Coachella, California, USA. The house compromises of four tall towers, with each one having a large window at the top of the tower to gaze upon the views. The designer wanted to be able to capture various different views of the surrounding landscape. One tower focuses on the morning sunrise to the east, another focuses on the view of the mountain range to the south, the third tower focuses on the evening city lights to the west and the last tower focuses on the night stars overhead. The ground floor also has a large open floor to ceiling window to gaze upon the landscape from a ground level. This is a truly stunning and well planned structure that makes the most of natures paintings.

unusual vacation home

contemporary unusual house with mountain view

contemporary house with unusual facade

glass wall

view of the living room dining room and kitchen

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desert view from window

unusual bedroom

unusual entrance to the sleeper

bedroom with views of the night sky

night view of the city from the window

 

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