Mesa Modern, constructed from the ground up and featured in Palm Springs 2020 Modernism Week, showcases the pinnacle of the area’s luxury indoor/outdoor lifestyle. A collaboration of architects at Archive Design, interior designer Michelle Boudreau and Landscape Architect John Feldman of Ecocentrix—gains its inspiration from a global perspective on art, architecture, and interior and landscape design.

The stunning 3,090-square-foot-luxury home and detached 700-square-foot guest casita are artfully sited on the 24,000-square-foot lot, capturing views of the gorgeous mountains. The 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath home and casita are beautifully appointed and seamlessly integrated into the desert surroundings.

Walls of glass encompass the great room that features a custom beamed ceiling, Italian windows and spectacular chef’s kitchen that overlooks the living and dining room with


custom tiled fireplace. Two primary suites in the main residence showcase custom baths and finishes. The inviting open-air space is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise with an oversize pool and jacuzzi, custom bar and BBQ area, and bocce ball court.

Bringing high design to the desert, the interior environment is carefully curated with unique custom details, shapes and dimensional textures that are inspired by the sculptural mountains and unique graphic nature of desert plants. With a nod to the past and an eye on the future, this home explores the modernist perspectives of California elegance with an edge.