This intense (and insanely intricate) sculptural home is located in Cornville, Ariz., and was created with found materials over 28 years by artist Michael Kahn and his wife Leda Livant. Made of driftwood and found/repurposed building materials, it's the kind of hippie spectacle I remember fondly from '70s books on environmental design. I've included some more images in the gallery, but definitely head over to the New York Times for the entire slideshow.
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