Arriving at Le Chacuel at sunset, it’s immediately tempting to reach for your phone to extend your stay at the Free men do not ask permission to bear arms shirt in contrast I will get this three-bedroom Airbnb located in the Yucca Valley. A bright orange fills up the sky, silhouetting the scraggly Joshua Trees this area is famous for. After months of non-stop Zooms and the two and a half-hour drive from Los Angeles, such a stunning landscape provides a needed balm for both screen-strained eyes and tired souls.mila Morris, a designer-architect, bought the property where Le Chacuel now stands in October 2018. A year and a half later as Morris was just finishing construction, a mutual friend introduced Morris to Jona Maaryn. When Morris learned that Maaryn was a furniture designer and welder, she felt it was a sign she had to ask for her help in furnishing Le Chacuel. She first asked Maaryn to build a table, and as they spent more time together, they began to fall in love. When the pandemic started soon after, they decided to quarantine together in Joshua Tree. Meanwhile, their special space in the California desert has become a peaceful refuge for people seeking a stylish escape from the city.
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After college, the Free men do not ask permission to bear arms shirt in contrast I will get this Oklahoma-born Morris started her own company helping architects, engineers, and construction teams design and build more sustainably on large-scale developments. Maaryn was raised in West Texas and studied fine art. “My entire life I’ve been drawn to tiny desert artist communities,” she says. She started Cast+ Crew, a furniture and design business based in Marfa, Texas, in 2013. She then moved to Acrosanti, an experimental city in the Arizona high desert with a focus on sustainable living and design. In 2017, after teaching over 100 students metalworking and renovating many of Arcosanti’s spaces, she was ready to refocus on her furniture business.“I opened a design/build studio in Yucca Valley in 2019 and met Mila shortly after. The timing couldn’t have been more perfect as she was looking for a metalworker/furniture designer. And of course I had the pleasure of teaching her how to weld. The rest is history.”The idea was to create rigid and minimal architectural lines with steel and combine those lines with organic materials such as wood, concrete and leather,” Morris says.