Palm Springs is mostly known worldwide for its Mid-Century Modern Architecture. The architecture involves around aesthetic sense and include concept of the German Bauhaus. This is reflected in the work of Albery Frey who designed the City Hall, Aerial Tram (Cable Car) Station, Movie Colony Hotel and Airport. Furthermore, Post-and-Beam Architectural Style in the Coachella Valley is another attractive architectural feature that has also stirred the artistic sense of the travelers visiting the desert resort. A Home Developer, Alexander Homes made the Post-and-Beam Architecture in style in the desert city. Alexander Homes’ style includes attributes like Low-Pitched Roofs, Wide Eaves, Open-Beamed Ceilings, and Floor-to-Ceiling Windows.
In the middle of the 20th century, the architectural style in Palm Springs underwent a revolution and then evolved Desert Modernism. This era was notable for its use of glass, clean lines, natural and manmade materials, and indoor/outdoor spaces in most constructions. Desert Modernism defined a lifestyle of graceful informality. The Desert Modern style was the outcome of several local and visiting architects' yearning to get used to modern materials, techniques and floor plans to the unique requirements of desert living. Encompassing the concept of Desert Modernism, modern designers created structures of various sizes and function: that includes a range of residential, commercial institutions. Since its origin of being a travel site, the desert city’s architecture has thrived, and several stunning vistas came into existence. An impressive number of beautiful buildings dot the entire valley. There are several wonderful buildings that include Indian culture centers, and monuments dedicated to nature.
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