Sitting among the desert rocks and sand at Joshua Tree sits a home that takes its cues from the Stealth Bomber, but is anything but invisible. The home, designed by Oller and Pejic in collaboration with creative director Marc Atlan, stands boldly in the desert with the black color in stark contrast to the surrounding sand tones. The walls are finished in flat black with midnight quartz and high-glass anthracite adding glitter to the black exterior. Even the swimming pool uses black highlights giving the water a black effect. The reflective windows add to the mystique by reflecting the desert surroundings, stopping prying eyes from gazing inside. The interior continues the black theme, with color added using bold red pillows, colorful carpets, and furniture combined with black couches, tables, and other furnishings.
The home may take design elements from the Stealth Bomber, but its bold contrast to the desert grabs attention to its presence and elegance.