Four Eyes House by Edward Ogosta
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Four Eyes House by Edward Ogosta

Stand on a valley in Southern California, the Four Eyes House is a weekend desert residence consist of four “sleeping towers” which are oriented towards four-spatio viewing experiences.

Each tower contains a compact top-floor bedroom with a unique aperture directed towards the view, these bedrooms can only be reached by a vertical ladder from the ground-floor common spaces.

Architects: Edward Ogosta Architecture
Location: Coachella Valley, California, USA
Photography: Iwan Baan

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Inspiration from architect:

The sensations of sleeping and waking are thus inflected by the building’s foregrounding of intensified onsite experiential events. By sleeping in a room elevated off the ground and open to the stars, one might inhabit a deep pocket of silence for a few moments, and perhaps even perceive the movement of the Earth, as it slowly rotates beneath the stars.

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