Discussion in 'Real Estate' started by Magic Hour, May 11, 2005.
Yes! I noticed LIGHTS on in the house a few nights ago. It was really cool--the angle of the ceiling and the windows blend in with the night sky and the lights inside the house look like stars.
That is the first sign of life I've seen in that house (other than construction) in the 6 1/2 yrs. I've lived a mile away from it.
It is called Gulf Asphalt.
thank you. i absolutely love this house.
I am liking it more and more myself....someday, in the distant future I could see it become a Maritme/Nature Museum along the lines of the innovative Guggenheim in NYC.
can someone post up a picture of the house at night? hopefully with some lights on??
From the overhead view you can see the Bird of Paradise that I've been told the house was designed to represent.
Looks great. What software did you use? SketchUp, like daughter used when she was an architecture major at MIT? Hubby adores SketchUp.
I love it!!
Started with the CAD plans, imported to sketch up then rendered with kerkythea.
Not as of late, it will probably never be finished. There is now a guest cottage of the same design going up to the east of the main house.
Could be wrong but they were suposed to be building a house for their daughter on the property - or so I was told early on.
Actually it is their mentally handicapped son.
I toured it two years ago and they were only half way done with the insulation. The contractor at that time said it had been under construction for 10 YEARS!:shock:
Here's a picture of his last project.
Actually, i was told by the architect that the house has been under construction for so long due to the large amount of other work that the contractor has...or has had the past decade...
If ever completed, this house should be in a movie...like Frank Lloyd Wright's 'Ennis House' on Blade Runner and House on Haunted Hill.
I heard the same thing.
Well, since he doesn't like turtles, calls them the little critters, I just hope he never gets the lights on.
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