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The project of this house, known as Desert Nomad House, is a little similar to Smokey Town Residence, which was published in the blog earlier. The both buildings have oxidized steel facade, and consist of several horizontally connected volumes. This one is located in Tucson, Arizona, surrounded by fantastic cactuses and lots of unusual plants. The author of the project was the architect Rick Joy. The house consists of three parts, one with a bedroom and a bathroom, the second offers working area, and the third public areas. Each of the three volumes of the house has extensive fragments of glazing, which guarantees charming views of the desert. And this tranquil home is currently put up for sale here for $975,000.
This small, interesting house, located in Todos Santos, Mexico, is surrounded by sand and rare vegetation, and it looks a bit unrealistic in that area. Project was designed by Studio Gracia Architects and intended for vacation in serenity and solitude all the year round. The most affordable local materials were used in the decoration. Main part of construction work was made by local residents, who were glad to earn some money. House construction is simple and occupies 3,400 square feet. It includes 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms and the main area to be the kitchen dining and living to be opened to the pool and terrace. Despite the emptiness, the climate in this region quite comfortable, and the residence can be an excellent choice for leisure.