Artists Jay and Bev Dolittle are said
to have sent a note to architect Kendricks Bangs Kellog to say that they had bought an unusual building site in the Mojave Desert, California in the Joshua Tree National Park.
The result is the the
High Desert House also
called the Dolittle House.
The Stone Henge of a home is built
on 26 concrete columns designed
by the innovator of organic architecture
Kendricks Bangs Kellog.
The interior designer John Vugrin has
been working with the house interior since
the first note in 1986 and continued
to complete the interior of this
remarkable bespoke unique desert home.
John Vugrin and Swedish
Hästens has together with the
Dolittles created a
bespoke round bed that
really seems to be a
better fit than a square
one in this organic home.
The brief Dolittle has given
the Hästens bed is going to be used more
as a sofa and would have looked better in this photo
if it was styled to fit in instead
of the blue and white Hästens fabric.
"The idea was the house would be settled in the landscape.
Like it was crouching
on the rocks,
maybe like an
animal at sleep"
Kendrick Bangs Kellog
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