Flintstone Home Inspires Modern Residence in Malibu, USA

Who has not seen at least one episode from the Flintstones, with original characters, became one of the most famous cartoons of all time. But who would have thought that its rocky homes could ever compete with the modern, minimalist residences that are so sought after today? Owned by American game-host Dick Clark and currently up for sale here, this one-of-a-kind home in Malibu, USA, not only comes with a great theme, but also with extensive views of the Pacific Ocean, Boney Mountains and Los Angeles. Seemed to have sprung out from the Stone Age town of Bedrock, the unusual crib displays impressive organic walls, defined by irregular shapes, furniture seamlessly blending with the cave-like interiors and glass windows with stunning vistas. Strangely enough, the overall feeling of this Flintstones inspired project is that of a cozy and original home, difficult not to make an impression to anyone visiting it.


4 Responses to “Flintstone Home Inspires Modern Residence in Malibu, USA”

  1. Dave says:

    That is nice!! However I think the Flintstones had stone furniture vice the more comfortable kind 🙂

  2. Mike Byrne says:

    Beautiful home.Is it built from used tires and other salvaged stuff lie Michael Reynolds’ Earthships in Taos,New Mexico? Did I say it was BEAUTIFUL?

  3. Mike Byrne says:

    Beautiful home.I’m taking notes.Dick said it was ok.

  4. Mike Byrne says:

    I read that it was for sale.How much?

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