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Location: Carmel, California
Architectural designer Wallace Cunningham has created another dramatic home—10 years in the making—with swooping rooflines and curving glass expanses, this time in Carmel, California.
Completed this year, the three-bedroom is super fresh: Perched by a seclude cove, the 2,667-square-foot oasis frames jaw-dropping vistas of the Pacific Ocean by way of full-height glazing on both the front and rear of the structure.
The architecture incorporates sensational rainbow-like arcs and an “enfilade” design that connects each sleek and sexy space to one another, for uninterrupted enjoyment of the residence, of course, but also of the dreamy locale it occupies.
As for materials, concrete, glass, and metal accents make up the bulk of it, while hardwood flooring figures in a corridor. Four bathrooms and a long kitchen round out the rest of the two-story space (from what we can tell in the photographs), which sits on just over an acre.
Located at 243 Highway, the special property is offered at $11.9 million.