There's a reason this unique has been part of the in Los Angeles for years. Built by architect William King in 1983, this is basically the opposite of traditional — both in its shape and interior design choices. But it still comes with all the expected household amenities (and then some!).
You enter at street level on the lowest floor in the home, which is made of concrete and features the master bedroom and bathroom. Spiral stairs shoot up through the center of the structure to connect the basement to the two upper levels. On the second floor you'll find a warm and woody timber-framed kitchen and on the third a bedroom and desk area with a geodesic ceiling in a variety of blues (because why not?). While unique, the shape actually makes for an open living space and the stairs help with the room-to-room flow.
But we promised more and we're here to deliver: There's a secret skylit bedroom that's hidden behind a painting (how very James Bond of them), a 180-degree view of the San Gabriel Mountains via a wrap-around deck, and an outdoor wooden soaking tub (with privacy curtains if you're bashful). Not to mention the rainbow color palette that somehow feels tasteful instead of tacky — maybe even a touch magical.
Take a look:
See what we mean? Who knew a giant dome-shaped ceiling with an assortment of cool-hued shades could be so stunning? If you're interested in this dreamy dome you'll have to cough up a cool $890,000, but just view it as an investment in your art collection.