15 Vacation Rentals That Belong on Every Architecture Nerd’s Bucket List
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15 Vacation Rentals That Belong on Every Architecture Nerd’s Bucket List

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With masterworks by Frank Lloyd Wright and Jean Nouvel on offer, design devotees don’t have to leave their accommodations to explore something incredible.

Twin Palms Sinatra Estate

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In the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s, Palm Springs, California became a hotspot for Rat-Pack era superstars, who would often tap the architectural greats of the era to build dream houses on desert soil. Frank Sinatra commissioned E. Stewart Williams to build this rambling four-bedroom in 1947. Nearly 70 years later, it remains an exemplary piece of architecture from that heyday. Such pedigree comes at a cost, though: the place goes for $2,600 a night. But, hey, imagine the parties.

15 Vacation Rentals That Belong on Every Architecture Nerd’s Bucket List

Twin Palms Sinatra Estate

In the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s, Palm Springs, California became a hotspot for Rat-Pack era superstars, who would often tap the architectural greats of the era to build dream houses on desert soil. Frank Sinatra commissioned E. Stewart Williams to build this rambling four-bedroom in 1947. Nearly 70 years later, it remains an exemplary piece of architecture from that heyday. Such pedigree comes at a cost, though: the place goes for $2,600 a night. But, hey, imagine the parties.

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