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Title:Inside a Breathtaking Desert Mansion That Looks Like A Fossil | Unique Spaces | Architectural Digest

Today on Architectural Digest we visit Joshua Tree in California to tour the awe-inspiring Kellogg Doolittle Residence. The sensational build was designed by organic architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg and his protegee John Vugrin in the 1980s taking over 20 years to complete. Upon first glance, you would be forgiven for thinking this property was a living creature; the magnificent structure appears skeletal with 26 cast-concrete pieces fanning out in resemblance of vertebrae. An art piece in and of itself, it is no wonder this unique space is considered one of Kellogg’s greatest masterpieces. Director: Meg Sutton Director of Photography: AJ Young Editor: Daniel Finn Guest: John Vugrin Producer: Chase Lewis Line Producer: Joe Buscemi Associate Producer: Landrie Hatcher Production Manager: Peter Brunette Production Coordinator: Kevin Balash Camera Operator: Josh Andersen Drone Operator: Arran Alps Audio: Will Miller Production Assistant: Marquis Wooten Post Production Supervisor: Andrew Montague Post Production Coordinator: Holly Frew Supervising Editor: Christina Mankellow Assistant Editor: Billy Ward Colorist: Oliver Eid Special Thanks: Scott Leonard Want even more AD? Subscribe to the magazine and get a free tote ►► Still haven’t subscribed to Architectural Digest on YouTube? ►► ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST The leading international design authority, Architectural Digest features articles and videos of the best in architecture, style, culture, travel, and shopping.


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