Architect Michael Jantzen is known for creating artful and immersive structures and this building entitled 'Contemplation Pavilion' is no exception. Boasting his signature form of scattered geometries, this architecture piece is the opposite of traditional. Minimalism is never a word associated with Michael Jantzen who is known for his complex and futuristic projects.
His 'Contemplation Pavilion' is also known as ‘Ellen’s High Desert Retreat’ because it has been dedicated to the designer's wife, digital photographer Ellen Jantzen. The home is a studio for Ellen and is as inspiring as it is practical. Though seemingly impractical, Jantzen's designs are always conceived with the utmost function in mind. His structures including this one are spacious and customized to fit the needs of their user.
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