On the market for the very first time, “The House of Doors” is a masterclass in minimalist construction. Taking 12 years to build, the home is influenced by the surrounding desert environment. The abode utilizes rammed earth, steel, glass, and stone to create a spectacular desert oasis.
The walls are made from rammed earth using the soil from the site and reinforced with steel. Huge floor-to-ceiling glass windows provide views of the quaint courtyard and allow light into the home, creating a relaxing contemporary vibe.
Inside there’s a gourmet stainless-steel kitchen with a butler’s pantry, spacious dining area, and sitting room. A highlight of this homely area is an aluminum origami structure that hangs from the roof. This is just one of many abstract art pieces found throughout the estate. A steel staircase leads to a media room, powder room, wine cellar, and audiovisual room.
The master bedroom features a bath shower, vanities, walls, and floors made from onyx and more metal origami creations. The shower wall opens to an outside courtyard with a firepit. There are also two guest ensuites, a breakfast/wet bar, library, and office in this part of the u-shaped house.
Other notable highlights include a fitness room, spa with a built-in glass recliner, outdoor kitchen, and a 65-foot glass bridge that connects the main house to the guest bedrooms.
For more information on how to get your hands on this $10 million home visit Sotheby’s and check out more photos of this incredible property below.
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