Architour #2: Palm Springs

On two separate trips, two InForm staff recently visited Palm Springs, paying particular attention to some of the modern world’s most influential homes and landmarks along the way.

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The largest concentration of mid-century modern architecture, Palm Springs is a perplexing place, made all the more intriguing and attractive by its desert back drop.

From Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Desert House and the home of Max Palevsky, designed by Craig Ellwood in 1968, to the infamous Ace Hotel and Bank of America building, we share some of our favourite designs from the streets of Palm Springs.

And if you find yourself heading there soon, we recommend downloading and using the app, Palm Springs Modern: Mid-Century Architecture Tours.

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