Do you love minimalism in architecture? Yes? No? Either way, you have to see this outstanding home which architect calls “the most minimalist house ever designed”. Is it really? You will have to decide it for yourself. Take a look and see what makes it so different from other homes.
First, let’s see a few facts about the project. The Glass Pavilion. This is the name of “the most minimalist house ever designed”. Architect behind the project is Los Angeles starchitect Steve Hermann. As you can already guess, the house is built in California, precisely, in Montecito, Santa Barbara, back in 2010. Steve Hermann designed this minimalist house for himself, but somewhere along the way, he suddenly changed his mind and decided to sell it. Can you imagine the price? It was $30 million.
Even though house has art gallery with his car collection, cars were not included in the price. Neither was furniture. So, $35 million for the naked “most minimalist house ever designed”? It didn’t went quite well.