The Desert Wing House is Built from the Land on Which it Sits

 - May 1, 2010
References: kendledesign & contemporist
If you were to conjure up an image of the desert in your mind, modern architecture like the Desert Wing house would probably not be there with it. Like a gem glistening in a sea of sand, this home features state-of-the-art design and ultra-modern aesthetics. With that being said, the structure is very tied to the land. The walls are made from soil dug up from on site and the roof is built from copper extracted from the nearby mines.

Designed by Brent Kendle, the Desert Wing House features a gorgeous tan interior and polished marble floors that blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment. A true desert rose.