The Lautner Compound | Desert Hot Springs, California
The Lautner Compound is the only residence designed by legendary American architect, John Lautner, that is open to the public as high end accommodation. Described as a "micro-resort" this property is a hybrid between an upscale vacation rental property and boutique hotel. The four meticulously designed units located just outside of Palm Springs offer the perfect desert oasis and will give you an exclusive taste of authentic mid-century design.
mid-century architecture and design aficionados who want to take a step back in time and experience the luxury of "the Lautner Lifestyle" just as intended.
The Lautner Compound was built in 1947 by John Lautner - a protege of Frank Lloyd Wright. It was purchased and renovated by Tracy Beckmann of Tracy Beckmann Design and furniture designer Ryan Trowbridge of Brown + Trowbridge. Renovations took over three years and resulted in an authentic restoration of four unique units: The Redwood Lounge, The Bachelor Pad, The Hideaway, and The Desert Retreat. Every detail (from the artwork, finishes, incredible furniture pieces, to the sense of self-sustained privacy of each unit) holds the integrity of John Lautner's original intention and design. The property has now expanded to include a high-profile event venue, "The Park", as well as a 1957 California bungalow known as "The Ranch House".
Complimentary wi-fi, kitchenette, organic pillow-top queen mattress, hair dryer, turntables, private garden, contemporary kitchen, vintage furniture, firepit lounge, free parking, dog-friendly
Pack a swimsuit to take advantage of the plunge pool and hiking shoes for the nearby national park. Come ready to completely wrap yourself in a mid-century experience, complete with cocktails and a lush environment that supports both private relaxation and close knit community.
RATES + BOOKING
$245/night on weekdays and $295/ night on weekends plus taxes and fees. For more information or to book visit the Lautner Compound website.
WITHIN ARM'S REACH
Take in additional mid-century vibes in nearby Palm Springs or drive 30 minutes to the desert landscape of Joshua Tree National Park.
Easily accessible by car from either the Palm Springs Airport, Los Angeles Airport, or San Diego Airport.