Futuristic homes aren’t as popular or being built like they were years ago but the ones that are being built are bending the rules of architecture and this home nestled in the rocky hills near Joshua Tree, California, is a prime example of this rare breed of homes.

Called the Organic Modern Estate was designed by architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg and was built from 1988 to 1993 and was intended to blend in with the desert that surrounds it.

The home combines concrete, steel, glass, and copper all of which were intentionally selected to create textures that mimic the touch and feel of the desert.

In contrast to the outside of the home the interior; which was designed by interior designer John Vugrin, is a space filled with flowing curves and organic touches that also makes use of the home’s natural texture.

Now if this home is something you would love to live in it is on the market for $3 million.

via The Modern Metropolis