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Famous Modernist Architect, E. Stewart Williams designed this Palm Springs masterpiece. The home was meticulously designed for Willaims' son, Erik and his family. Palm Springs is home to many of Willaim's landmark designs including the Palm Springs Art Museum in 1976 and the Frank Sinatra Twin Palms Estate in 1947. The home is pristine and unchanged. The exquisite home site is nestled into the unrivaled local desert landscape. Nature is beckoned into every room with never-ending views and surrounding gardens. Williams took extra care in his choice of construction materials. His environmental intelligence is keenly evident. Williams' choice of site, sun exposure, glass and overhangs make this home an ode to not only modernism but to energy conservation as well. The home has approximately 3,700 sq. ft. of sophistication, calmness and elegance with each of the 3 bedroom suites in separate wings. The home is a timeless work of art and like a true classic has stood the test of time. Listing courtesy of Karen Joy, Pacific Union. Photography by Lance Gerber