Iconic ‘Sleeper House’ Plays Host To The 
 Modern Christmas Tree

In a marriage of two classic modern designs, the legendary Sleeper House was recently the stage for a once in a lifetime photo shoot with the Modern Christmas Tree®. The photo shoot initiates the countdown to the November 3rd launch of the new web site www.ModernChristmastrees.com and the full product line of Modern Christmas Tree’s®.

The Modern Christmas Tree® originally designed by Lawrence “Bud” Stoecker in the mid 1960’s, is a holiday tree made or concentric acrylic rings, decorated with chandelier crystals and ornaments. The tree hangs from the ceiling and is illuminated by a spot light from underneath, projecting breathtaking shadows and reflections throughout the room.

In 2010, Stoecker was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s which is when his grandson Matt Bliss decided to show the world his trees. Sadly he passed away on September 26th 2012. “It makes me happy showing his tree to people and telling the story behind it,” says Bliss.

The trees are displayed during the holidays throughout the world, including at the Disneyland Hotel and Google’s corporate offices, the Sleeper House is the most recent venue to show these modern art holiday wonders.

Designed by the late great Charles Deaton in 1963, the originally coined “Sculptured House” is located in Genesse, Colorado. The house was made famous in 1973 with the release of the sci-fi / comedy “Sleeper” which was written, directed and starred Woody Allen. Since then, the iconic home has been known as “The Sleeper House” and adored by millions who have seen the house atop Genesse Mountain from interstate 70.

To view the photos please go to http://www.modernchristmastrees.com/sleeper

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