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Raymond Loewy House, 600 Panorama Road, Palm Springs, California, was designed by local architect Albert Frey. Built in 1946-47 as a bachelor retreat and expanded later when Loewy got married, the house has been restored by metalware manufacturer Jim Gaudineer who said of the design, "When you slide open the glass walls, it's almost like living outdoors." A typical Palm Springs modernist villa with a low-slung pavilion and plenty of glass that provides striking views of desert, mountains, and the pool and garden that make the private oasis complete. Loewy (or a later owner) apparently had a 1963 Studebaker Avanti custom painted in a copper brown color to match the exterior hues of the house. Loewy House By Albert Frey
Avanti at Loewy House
A copper colored Studebaker Avanti blends well with the architect designed house and the desert landscape.
Loewy House Palm
Part of the extended roof of the house wraps around an exotic desert palm.
Loewy House Pool
Loewy and his family enjoy the indoor/outdoor pool that extends from the desert sun into the shady living room.
Loewy House Desert
The exotic desert landscape surrounds the Albert Frey house and carport.
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