INTERIOR | ARCHITECTURE
A weekend desert residence for a family and their dog, the Four Eyes House is an exercise in site-specific experiential programming. Rather than planning the house according to a interior functional program, the house was designed foremost as an instrument for intensifying a number of on site phenomenal events.
Designed by Los Angeles based Edward Ogosta Architecture. The unique design was based on “sleeping towers” are oriented towards four viewing experiences: morning sunrise to the east, mountain range to the south, evening city lights to the west, and nighttime stars overhead. Each tower contains a compact top-floor bedroom, sized only for the bed, and each captures directed towards the view.
The bedrooms are equal in size and remain unassigned for family members to rotate throughout based on their desired viewing experience.
Via [Edward Ogosta Architecture.]