The Four Eyes House is a contemporary 3,800 square foot weekend home being built in the desert of the Coachella Valley in Southern California, USA, by California-based studio Edward Ogosta Architecture. The architects who created this residence call it as “an instrument for intensifying a number of onsite phenomenal events”. The house features four “sleeping towers”, which are oriented towards four spatiotemporal viewing experiences: morning sunrise to the east, mountain range to the south, evening city lights to the west, and night time stars overhead.
Each tower especially made for the view, contains a compact top-floor bedroom, which can accommodate just the bed, and each with a unique aperture directed to the view. These four bedrooms are sized equally, and can be used by any individual, based on their desired viewing experience. The ground floor common spaces are loosely connected to each other forming a connection with the surrounding landscape. One can sleep and wake up by feeling the surrounding and perhaps even perceive the movement of earth, while watching the stars at night time. How would you like to live in such a room?