A legendary Silicon Valley designer is selling his wacky 6-in-1 home for $15M

Design guru David Kelley is selling his California home for almost $15 million.

Set on five acres of lush woodland in the exclusive Silicon Valley town of Woodside, this house is regarded as a post-modern masterpiece.

It was co-designed by Italian architect Ettore Sottsass and Kelley, who is the founder of design consulting firm IDEO — best known for designing Apple’s first computer mouse — as well as Stanford’s design school.

8,000 square foot in total, the property consists of six separate and unique pavilions. It comes with a working equestrian center with an arena, stables, and a tack room.

Michael Dreyfus of Dreyfus Sotheby’s International Realty and Sean Foley of Coldwell Banker have the listing.

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