Renowned Australian landscape photographer Peter Lik has already sold nearly half a billion dollars in prints, one of which recently fetched a record-breaking $6.5M. Now, Lik is offering a different kind of picturesque possession: his 4,000-square-foot Maui escape, designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects. Since purchasing the home for $9.7M in 2013, Lik has added about $3M worth of renovations, including 20,000-square-foot of cedar wood ceilings and sliding cedar walls. First put on the market for $28M last September, the trio of connected modern huts has now been re-listed for $19.8M and comes bedecked with several of Lik's photographs, valued at $70,000.
Like many other buildings by Olson Kundig, this three-bedroom retreat packs in a lot of steel, glass, and concrete. One highlight, for example, is the hydraulic lifts that open up steel-framed glass panels to bring the breeze indoors. There also appears to be ample transparent glass showers and polished concrete sinks. Layout-wise, the central hut contains the main living area with a chef's kitchen and media room, while the two other huts house a master suite (with more sliding glass walls!) and guest quarters.
· Photographer Peter Lik Is Listing in Maui for $19.8 Million [WSJ]
· All Olson Kundig coverage [Curbed National]