A House Made of White Cargo Containers In California Desert

Photo-realistic renderings of the suggested home by the London-based designer James Whitaker reveal a bunch of white cargo containers appearing like a starburst from a rocky site. Work is scheduled to start next year on the Joshua Tree Residence at the California desert, which was created to get a movie producer and his wife, who live in Los Angeles. Every container was capped with a glazed panel and methodically put to provide solitude, let in natural light, and catch the best views. A new white exterior allows the forms to stick out in their sandy plot, while also representing the harsh desert sunshine. An open living room sits at the center of the bundle. This space opens directly out to a wooden deck and private courtyard, created by a set of angled volumes. The scheme also comprises a large wooden deck that merges with the rocky hillside.

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