In architecture, building names don’t get any more bluntly descriptive than the one held by this offering from creative director Marc Allan for architecture firm Oller & Pejic. That name is “Black Desert House,” and it is a black house in the California desert.
Of course, the name doesn’t really capture the unique design of Black Desert House, which stands out from its sun-baked surroundings as a result of more than just its color. It’s also nestled in between prehistoric bolder formations, and is outfitted with blacked out and reflective materials from the roof to the ground.
The Black Desert House from Oller & Pejic is reminiscent of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, but with an interestingly original vibe inside and out. You can see what I mean by checking out the gallery above, which has pictures of both the exterior and interior of this house. And if you want to live there, that’s too bad, because the house is currently only available for location rentals for things like commercials and photo shoots. But you can check out its official website here.