Rock Reach House—profiled in the April 2010 issue of Dwell magazine—is a modern steel house perched amidst a pristine High Desert setting replete with enormous weathered boulders – along with ancient juniper, pinón and desert oak trees. It is the perfect property for anyone who wants to decompress in style and serenity.
The house was built in 2009 as the first prototype home using systems from Blue Sky Building Systems. It is framed with mostly light-gauge galvanized steel elements that were fabricated off site and rapidly bolted together on site. The shell of the house went up in five days and the house was complete in eight weeks. The only wood in the entire house is in the cabinets and the interior doors.
Free parking on premises