Midnight Modern: Palms Springs by night

GALLERY
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470 W Vista Chino, the famous Kaufman desert house designed by Richard Neutra and built in 1947
877 Via Las Palmas, a home in the Vista Las Palmas neighbourhood designed by Charles Dubois and built c.1958
1070 E Apache, a 1957 home designed by William Krisel and built by the Alexander Construction Company. The car is a 1958 Mercury
1840 Caliente, an asymmetrical butterfly-roofed home in Twin Palms. Designed by William Krisel and built in 1957
2311 North Indian Avenue – the Grace Miller house, designed by Richard Neutra in 1937
A rare stone-fronted Alexander home on Los Robles Drive in Vista Las Palmas

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