Wolfgang Pichler Design

Latest Work

Villa Paloma

Villa Paloma is an artfully designed oasis blending the best of coastal Mediterranean living with the mystical, handcrafted Mexican aesthetic of Oaxaca, San Miguel de Allende, Todos Santos, and Tulum. The home rests peacefully in the boulders on more than 4 private hilltop acres on the edge of a protected wilderness zone with views of Joshua Tree National Park.


The Artanis

We designed the outdoor area for this 6-bedroom vacation home in Yucca Valley. The idea was to provide more recreational amenities to the the existing garden and pool area: we designed a color scheme for the concrete area around the pool and added different pieces of furniture as well as plants to the landscape. The house is an Airbnb home and can host up to 12 people.


Marina Del Rey Beach Vibes

A 3-story-beach apartment in Marina Del Rey needed to be spruced up according to the needs of a new tenant and his dog. The focus was put on sourcing prime furniture and accessories that would match the given beach vibe of the current situation but could always be transferred into a different home in case of change of scenery.


Venice Beach Villa

A classic 1-bedroom bungalow in Venice, L.A., needed some upgrading. As the 590 sqft. (ca. 55 m2) house is a rental, the idea was to create something stylish but still affordable while holding on to the vintage charm of the Venice dwelling.


The Outlaw Pioneertown

This 3,000+ sq.ft home (with a total of 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, incl. an additional bedroom in a train car) was purchased by new owners, who saw the need of adding outdoor fun amenities in order to turn the Wild West-themes compound into a successful rental place.


The Modern Wolfden

The Modern Wolfden was our first case study model home in California. We purchased the 2.5 acre- property in 2017 and the structure standing on it was not much more than an old, neglected building full of trash and broken furniture.


Casa Codita

A colorful and pleasing style brings a touch of international design to this desert getaway. We were inspired by both Mediterranean and Californian architecture and lifestyles and incorporated the elements of nature – water, air, earth and fire – into the concept. You’ll find the four elements embedded into the interiors and the exteriors alike.


Piute Trail

This 2-bedroom Joshua Tree home was purchased by a young family, and needed to be furnished to function as a second home and rental business. Located in the middle of boulders and a dense vegetation, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind.


High Desert Cabin

A classic 480-squarefoot-cabin from 1959 was redesigned for the purpose of using it as a High Desert dwelling for a couple of months, before implementing it into another architectural concept. The cabin is situated on a 5-acre-lot in the middle of a dense Joshua Tree environment on Gamma Gulch Rd.