“Palm Springs, the desert oasis a mere two-hour drive from Los Angeles, is known to design-heads for its surfeit of mid-century modern architecture. So much so that it hosts a weeklong festival celebrating it each spring. As such, the town often feels like an overdose of Slim Aarons glamour — all vast panes of glass and steel frames and efficient right angles. Open floor plans as far as the eye can see.

Which is why the first time I opened a wrought iron door and stepped onto the property of Casa Cody, I was immediately bewitched…”

[Read the full article at nymag.com]