Did you know there is an iconic home in Kula designed by world-renowned Italian modern Architect and Designer, Ettore Sottsass, who is now considered the most influential Architect/Designer of the late 20th Century? It is 1 of 7 Sottsass designed houses and 1 of 2 in the US. Did you know this home has been published all over the world and featured on the cover and the cover story in Dwell Magazine? And that a model of this Maui home has been displayed in many museums including the George Pompidou Center in Paris? Also, that the living room was featured in the book by Phaidon: "Interiors- Best Rooms of the Century”? This masterpiece is a collage of brightly colored geometric volumes - a sensorial exploration into the interplay of color, form and light. Each detail holds a purpose and an intention, like the protracted deck inspired by the bridges on the road to Hana. It was described in Modern Magazine as “utterly surprising and entirely charming, a playhouse of complete sophistication”. Sottsass oversaw every detail of the security-gated, totally organic 1/2 acre private property including mature landscaping, and 3-bedroom home with breathtaking ocean and mountain views. As well known as this house is around the world for its architectural significance it could not be more private or discreet within its setting. Much of the custom made furniture was designed by Mr. Sottsass specifically for the home, as well as objects including flatware, glassware, china, and many more items also designed by Mr. Sottsass are available for purchase by separate bill-of-sale.