Saturday, December 5, 2009

Wallace E. Cunningham Razor Residence




Architect Wallace E. Cunningham designed the Razor Residence in La Jolla, California. The house has been listed for sale by the agents at Hurwitz James. Constructed from white polished concrete and floor-to-ceiling glass, this magnum opus suspends the boundaries of ordinary living and commands amazing uninterrupted views of the ocean, open sky and natural landscape. Resting high above Torrey Pines State Reserve, this 11,000-square-foot piece de resistance showcases 4 bedrooms and 6 baths, fabulous two level guest house and features private access to Black’s Beach.

This house is sooo AMAZING, I post it 2 x!

5 comments:

Kitty said...

OMG!!!!!!

CEE!!!

It's a house for a king!

Gorgeous... wowowowowowowow

Kitty said...

Cee...

It's one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen...

theceelist said...

It truly is! u know wht would b cool if i could get a house in this model built half the size & half the price..because Id never use all the space that would be cool!

I view if outstanding!my gosh!!!

Kitty said...

Cee...

I was thinking along those lines exactly... to take the quality and features of that house and adapt it to a smaller space... it's a showpiece.... but I wouldn't want to live in stage setting... but having so much light and the ocean views would make me smile everytime I looked at the magnificence!!!

theceelist said...

Hum..taking another look, Its the windows which make it look large..but I bet the location cost as muck as the labor & material.

check out the web site he can mk my wildest dreams come true..lol..

http://www.wallacecunningham.com/