The Kaufmann Desert House, designed by Richard Neutra, is a celebrated example of mid-century modern architecture located in Palm Springs, California. This iconic house exemplifies the architectural modernism for which Palm Springs is renowned. Neutra described the location as the "Badlands of the Cordillera," highlighting the harsh, rocky environment of the San Jacinto Valley and the surrounding mountains.
One of the most distinctive features of the Kaufmann House is its swimming pool, captured by renowned architectural photographers Julius Shulman and Slim Aarons who helped to popularize the modernist architectural style of the mid-20th century and blending the Kaufmann Desert House with the unique landscape of Palm Springs.
With this drawing I try to shine a fresh and new light on this beautiful and iconic house.
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How long will this print be available for?
Until 23:59 pm CET on 7th December 2023 or until the entire edition is sold out, whichever is the sooner.