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Title: THE EDRIS HOUSE

Location and Year: Palm Springs, California / 2024

Available Print Sizes and Editions
16”x24” / Edition Size of 15 / $750

24”x36” / Edition Size of 10 / $1000

30”x45” / Edition Size of 5 / $1750 (Artist Proofs)

*All of my photos are hand-signed and numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity.

*Photographs are printed on Hahnemuhle fine art gallery paper, 100% cotton, 308 gsm.

Description:  Constructed in 1954 by the desert modernist architect E. Stewart Williams, the Edris House is a stunning example of minimalist architectural design. The original owners, William and Marjorie Edris, (hotel, theater and tomato farm owners) gave architect Williams complete creative freedom in designing this iconic example of Desert Modern style in Palm Springs, California.  According to the architect, the home was designed to look, “As if it grew out of the ground rather than falling out of the sky.”  The 2700 sq. ft. home sits solidly atop the rocky terrain as an architectural oasis amidst an otherwise unforgiving desert landscape.

As I walked the property in search of the ideal composition, I almost immediately landed on the one you see captured in this image.  The way the home is perched atop a rocky outcrop allowed me to use the roofline as a leading line directing the viewers eyes out towards the magnificent Coachella Valley.  In this way I was able to encompass both the home’s distinctive architectural features and its breathtaking view

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*Photographs are printed on Hahnemuhle fine art gallery paper, 100% cotton, 308 gsm.

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#modern #architecture #photography #house #california #horizontal #palm springs #no people #harv greenberg #mid-century 
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Title: THE EDRIS HOUSE

Location and Year: Palm Springs, California / 2024

Available Print Sizes and Editions
16”x24” / Edition Size of 15 / $750

24”x36” / Edition Size of 10 / $1000

30”x45” / Edition Size of 5 / $1750 (Artist Proofs)

*All of my photos are hand-signed and numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity.

*Photographs are printed on Hahnemuhle fine art gallery paper, 100% cotton, 308 gsm.

Description:  Constructed in 1954 by the desert modernist architect E. Stewart Williams, the Edris House is a stunning example of minimalist architectural design. The original owners, William and Marjorie Edris, (hotel, theater and tomato farm owners) gave architect Williams complete creative freedom in designing this iconic example of Desert Modern style in Palm Springs, California.  According to the architect, the home was designed to look, “As if it grew out of the ground rather than falling out of the sky.”  The 2700 sq. ft. home sits solidly atop the rocky terrain as an architectural oasis amidst an otherwise unforgiving desert landscape.

As I walked the property in search of the ideal composition, I almost immediately landed on the one you see captured in this image.  The way the home is perched atop a rocky outcrop allowed me to use the roofline as a leading line directing the viewers eyes out towards the magnificent Coachella Valley.  In this way I was able to encompass both the home’s distinctive architectural features and its breathtaking view

Materials used:

*Photographs are printed on Hahnemuhle fine art gallery paper, 100% cotton, 308 gsm.

Tags:
#modern #architecture #photography #house #california #horizontal #palm springs #no people #harv greenberg #mid-century 
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As though by a magnet, I've always felt the world pulling me, luring me to explore its mysteries and wonder. For a long time, I put my dreams on hold.... Read more

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