Even before Wallace E. Cunningham finished his studies at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in the late 1970s, the architectural designer received his first independent commission. A couple relocating from the Midwest to the San Diego area tapped Cunningham and his elastic mind to design a bold, one-of-a-kind home on almost four and a half rolling acres in Rancho Santa Fe, about 25 miles north of downtown San Diego.

The sinuous result, crafted predominantly from steel, concrete, and glass and on which Cunningham bestowed the name Wing House, is now available for $10.5 million to avant-garde architecture lovers with a penchant for the ‘burbs and a thing for curves. Matt Altman, Josh Altman, and Jason Saks of Douglas Elliman.

Environs was also the landscape architect for this beautiful home.