Architect Wallace Cunningham has designed a truly breathtaking contemporary home located in Carmel, California. Now up for sale, the residence is surrounded by retaining walls that funnel guests towards the front entrance where they are met by walls of glass and stainless steel roof panels courtesy of Zahner.

Thanks to the glass walls and windows, once inside you are awarded with unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and the neighboring landscape, while natural light is of course welcomed in. The master bath itself even boasts floor-to-ceiling glass walls and is further highlighted by a freestanding tub.

Views of each side of the home are visible from the dining room, which itself welcomes notably high ceilings. To make your way out to the gardens and outdoor seating area, simply maneuver through the dining room's glass door and down some exterior steps.

For a detailed look at this magnificent contemporary residence, scan through the gallery above.

Following, be sure to check out this Italian lakeside home that seamlessly blends the house and garden.

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