Built by architect William Cody in 1962, this Palm Springs home was lucky enough to find its way into the hands of a true mid century modern design lover who recently restored it to its original glory. The owner’s goal? To have the home appear as if it had not been touched since the 1960s.
The home’s owner brought a number of previously owned iconic Eames and George Nelson pieces into the space, while designer Darren Brown pushed him to incorporate items that would feel a little less… obvious – suggesting pieces from artists and designers such as Pedro Friedeberg (see hand chair in the living room), Monteverdi Young and Jean Prouvé. The owner also had a significant collection of black and white photography by Dian Arbus, but Brown urged him to incorporate color with photography by the likes of Brandon Herman (see below).
So what do you think? Wishing it were the 1960s, or happy to be safe and sound in 2013?
Photos: 1, 11. via Amornvivat/Morbitzer, 2, 3, 4,6,7,9,10. by Stefan Zhyuyar for AD Russia, 5, 8, 12, 13. via Darren Brown Interiors.