Frey House II

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This sleek house was completed in 1964. With its neutral tones and minimalist lines the house blends into the stunning Palm Springs backdrop. The house was built to underscore not overtake its surroundings. In this way it harnesses the natural beauty of the San Jacinto Mountains it stands against and the Coachella Valley it overlooks. Albert Frey designed it to maximize the small amount of space and also to encompass the giant boulder that separates the living room from the bedroom. To see this house firsthand visit the Palm Springs Art Museum website to schedule your tour.

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