Anthony Poon’s Luxe Minimalism In Palm Springs, $2.8M

3072 Linea Terrace, Palm Springs
4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4869 square feet
$2,790,000

A new 14-home residential development at the edge of Palm Springs, Linea represents the next level in the 75-year old tradition of Desert Modernism. Residences that are not just luxurious, spacious, and beautifully detailed, they’ve been designed and built with a profoundly environmental point of view by architect Anthony Poon and developer Andrew Adler's Alta Verde Group. Poon's architecture practice encompasses a wide variety of building types and structures, from restaurants to churches to schools, all surprisingly personal and evocactive. CH+D’s Michelle Konstantinovsky had a chat with him earlier this year.

Just inside the main entry, an expanse of white greets you, with floor-to-ceiling walls of glass open to a very private pool area and the mountains as a backdrop.

What We Love: The exceptionally high ceilings and expanses of glass, manufactured with a technology that pioneering Modernists like Richard Neutra and Albert Frey could only dream of. Plus the spaces are so elegantly proportioned one could live with very little furniture– or a collection of Mid-Century masterpieces.




Below, the office/media room. With a comprehensive menu of environmentally friendly construction values– including fully insulated roofs and photovoltaic panels– all the Linea homes exceed California energy standards by 15% and qualify for additional tax credits.

The master suite includes an immense spa bath.


More: Go to the listing for additional details and images. Represented by Rich Nolan, Managing Director at The Agency in Palm Springs.



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