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Indian Canyons Entry

Designed for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, the Indian Canyons Toll Booth is located in Palm Springs, California. Natural materials, stones and boulders have been used directly from the site, along with modern materials to create a natural yet refined entrance into the canyons. The structure contains two natural stone walls which seamlessly integrate with the desert material and color palette. Thoughtful use of clerestory windows allows the mountains and skyline to be viewable from the structure.

Date

January 28, 2017

Category

Architecture